See you on Friday for the remaining Journey to Un'Goro cards.

The last of Blizzard's special Journey to Un'Goro card reveal live streams will be hosted this Friday at 10 AM PDT. The developer has promised that every card will be revealed before the weekend begins which is exciting considering we've still seen less than half the set so far.

Card reveals have only been taking place for two weeks and with the season set to end this week, it'll mark the shortest ever. Card reveals have traditionally taken place over the span of six weeks, but the studio is trying a truncated schedule filled with batches of cards which seems to have been welcomed with open arms.

Journey to Un’Goro Card Reveals – Mysteries Unveiled! 

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Journey to Un’Goro Card Reveals – Mysteries Unveiled!

We’ve learned that Un'Goro Crater is home to ancient elemental energies, primal dinosaurs, and lethal flora . . . but what else lurks within the thick jungle mists, waiting to be discovered? Tune in March 31 to find out!

Over the last several weeks we’ve revealed many of Un’Goro’s secrets, but more tantalizing mysteries await! Join Professor Ben Brode and Junior Explorer Dan “Frodan” Chou as they band (and banter) together for the final Journey to Un’Goro card reveal. They will begin streaming their adventure live on March 31 at 10 a.m. PDT, so be sure to tune in to witness the unveiling of exciting new cards that have not yet been revealed. 

This is the last livestream reveal before Journey to Un’Goro arrives, so you won’t want to miss it! You can follow the official Hearthstone Twitch channel to be updated when the stream begins. 

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Unable to watch live? No worries! We’ll be posting “documentary footage*” of their expedition on the PlayHearthstone YouTube after the stream has completed. 

We’ll see you there! 

*It’s the whole livestream video! Sadly, we couldn’t get a distinguished British narrator.