Diablo 4 Onyx Hold Location

In our Diablo 4 Onyx Hold Location guide, we are going to show you where to find the Onyx Hold location in the Dry Steppes. We will also explain how to unlock access to this dungeon, as well as what you need to do to complete it and obtain the Storm Swell Legendary Aspect for the Sorceress. Let’s begin!

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diablo 4 onyx hold location
Diablo 4 Onyx Hold Location

Where to Find Onyx Hold in Diablo 4

To find the location of Onyx Hold in Diablo 4, you first have to complete The Onyx Watchtower Stronghold. It is also in the Dry Steppes, and conquering the place allows access to the Onyx Hold dungeon. That place is actually to the north of the Dry Steppes, to the northwest of the Onyx Watchtower Waypoint. Check out our map screenshots below to see exactly where the dungeon is. Once you’re inside, things are pretty straightforward. You first need to crush all the enemies in the Rotting Penitentiary and then the Construct. Travel deeper into the Bastille of the Damned and kill the three Languishing Corpses. I’m not saying it’s going to be easy, necessarily, but there’s also nothing complicated about the dungeon.

So, that’s where you find the location of the Onyx Hold in Diablo 4 Dry Steppes and how to unlock access to it. Now, visiting this dungeon is especially important if you’re playing the Sorceress. As we’ve mentioned up top, you get the Storm Swell Legendary Aspect for completing Onyx Hold. Equipping this Aspect makes your Sorceress deal anywhere between eleven and twenty percent damage Vulnerable enemies while your Barrier is up. So, if that sounds like something you might get some use out of, definitely visit Onyx Hold. And even if you’re not a Sorceress, why not comb through yet another dungeon? Could get some fun loot, if nothing else. Anyways, that about does it for this guide, I’d say. Good luck!

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