Recently, the Year of the Mamoth announced that there will be introducing certain changes when it comes to the Hearthstone’s Constructed format of play. However, that were not the only news that the Hearthstone players and fans had to adapt to. Blizzard also announced that certain changes will be coming with the next update and these updates will be dealing with the Arena competitions. These changes will mostly affect availability of certain cards such as Blackrock Mountain, The Grand Tournament, Goblins vs. Gnomes, Curse of Naxxramas and League of Explorers. All of these cards will no longer be available for the players because the new update is making Arena limited only to the cards that were in the Standard format.
Besides that, some other cards such as neutral minions, Flamestrike, Abyssal Enforcer and some other cards that have been considered as very common will appear less often which, according to the officials will make the game even more interesting. However, according to the Ben Brode, who is the Hearthstone game director, these changes are not permanent and they are rather more experimental. Consequently, according to his words, these changes can be removed if they fail to perform how it was imagined. Additionally, Ben Brode said that some additional changes might come in the future and all will be done in order to make the Hearthstone game even more interesting. The reaction from the players is yet not so loud and they are probably still figuring things out but they will not remain silent and they will show their support or disapproval once they try new updates.