Diablo 4 Reset Dungeons

Knowing how to reset Diablo 4 dungeons can be important, or at least really useful. If you’re a veteran of the series, then you probably know why. If you’re new well, keep reading and you’ll find out everything you need. Without any faffing about, here’s how you reset the dungeons in Diablo IV.

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How To Reset Diablo 4 Dungeons

How to Reset Dungeons in Diablo 4

To reset dungeons in Diablo 4, you just need to go through a few fairly simple steps. The first thing you have to do is exit the dungeon you’re in, so be sure to gather all the loot you can carry before heading out. Once you’re out of a dungeon and back in the overworld, open the world map and expand the Journal menu by clicking the arrow on the right of the Screen. This will bring up a bigger menu, as shown in the image above. At the bottom of this menu, you’ll see the “Reset Dungeons” button. Click it, then confirm your choice by clicking “Accept” in the pop-up window. All that’s left to do now is go right back into the dungeon and grind it again. Rinse and repeat as necessary.

And there you have it, that’s how you reset dungeons in Diablo 4. For those of you wondering why that’s even important to know, well, it’s so that you can do the same dungeon over and over. For example, maybe you know that you can get a specific item from that particular location, but it’s a rare drop. Or, perhaps it’s just a dungeon that’s lucrative and you love repeating, I don’t know. What we do have to mention before we wrap up, though, keep in mind that this doesn’t work on Strongholds and Campaign Dungeons. It will only function with some dungeons and their Nightmare versions.

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