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Players can now get free Hearthstone Battlegrounds beach party hero skins through Prime Gaming; alongside these seven hero portraits is a random Legendary card from the Standard game mode.
How to get Hearthstone Battlegrounds beach party hero skins
To obtain the free skins, players simply need to have an active Amazon Prime membership and visit the Prime Gaming website. After navigating to the Hearthstone section, one must press the “Claim now” button located above the beach party loot graphic; getting the random Legendary card requires the same process.
The beach party hero skins include Chillin’ Vol’jin, Flexfire Tickatus, Pool Party Maiev, Pyrospike Millhouse, Grill King Bolvar, Sunlounger A.F. Kay and Volcanic Chenvaala.
Notably, these seven Hearthstone Battlegrounds skins were introduced in 2021. However, unlike the bundle from last summer, this Prime Gaming one doesn’t include Tikilord Ragnaros as an alternate bartender.
If a player hasn’t already done so, they need to sign in and connect their Prime Gaming and Battle.net accounts to claim the rewards. Once a player has connected their accounts and claimed the rewards, the Hearthstone Battlegrounds beach party hero portraits and Legendary card will be available in-game.
After booting up Hearthstone, a notification will appear in-game for the random Legendary card. As for the hero skins, they can be seen via the “My Collection” section within Hearthstone Battlegrounds.
How to access Prime Gaming loot
Those with either an Amazon Prime or Prime Video membership can access this exclusive in-game Hearthstone loot. Players who are in a country that Amazon Prime is available in can click the “Try Prime” button to get a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime.
Similarly, those who are located in a country that supports PrimeVideo.com can press “Try Prime” for a 7-day Prime Video trial. The full list of locations can be accessed via the official Prime Gaming Support page.
Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!