How to Leave Dungeon Diablo 4

Not sure how to leave a dungeon in the Diablo 4 Beta? Don’t be ashamed; you’re not the only one! The Diablo IV early access beta has finally launched, with players being able to explore the entirety of Fractured Peaks and Act 1. Dungeons are, of course, the core aspect of your exploration. However, how to exit a dungeon in Diablo IV? Read on to learn how to get out of a dungeon in Diablo 4.

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How to Leave Dungeon Diablo 4
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How to Exit Dungeons in Diablo 4

According to the Diablo IV developers at Blizzard, at launch, the game will boast over 150 dungeons. These dungeons await you to explore them, clean them of the monsters and collect a Legendary Aspect at its end. However, during the beta, only the region of Fractured Peaks will be available. Hence, you will be able to enter only the dungeons within this region. Given that this is one of the five regions in the game, we estimate there are roughly around ~30 dungeons in the beta.

But that’s enough padding (sorry, we have to please SEO gods!); you are not here to learn about dungeons. Rather, you want to know how to leave dungeons in Diablo 4. Such a simple thing, and yet seemingly quite baffling for many. To exit a dungeon in Diablo 4, press E on your keyboard to open the Action Wheel. On consoles, you can open up your wheel with “Up” on the D-pad. Then simply select the “Leave Dungeon” option on the action wheel, and that’s it! Alternatively, you can always use your Town Portal by pressing T. Finally, when you complete a dungeon, you can open the map and click on the dungeon entrance to get back there instantly.

However, it should be noted that sometimes these options will not work due to the issue with servers. Many players report issues about being stuck in the dungeons despite using all of these options to leave the dungeon. As we’ve stated, this is unfortunately a server-related issue, and there’s not much you can do here. The best thing you can do in that case is to wait or reboot the game.

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