Diablo 4 Ruins of Eridu Location

If you want to know where to find the Diablo 4 Ruins of Eridu locaiton, you’ve come to the right place. This dungeon unlocks a cool Legendary Aspect for the Necromancer, which is cool, but it’s not the main draw. No, the main “point” of the Ruins of Eridu is that its drops are ridiculously bountiful, even if you’re not playing on Nigthmare. So, where is this dungeon of riches? Let’s find out.

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diablo 4 ruins of eridu location
Diablo 4 Ruins of Eridu Location

Ruins of Eridu Location in Diablo 4

The location of The Ruins of Eridu dungeon in Diablo 4 is in Hawezar, near the border with Fethis Wetlands. We will show you exactly where it is in the screenshots below. The entrance looks like a cave entrance, and it glows orange, so it’s difficult to miss. Now, there are several reasons why you want to know where this dungeon is. For one, it unlocks the Sacrificial Aspect for the Necromancer. It increases the bonuses granted by the Sacrifice ability by fifteen to twenty-five percent. I mean, if you use it from the Codex of Power, you’ll get the lowest possible extra bonus. Not a bad Legendary Aspect to have, if that’s something that appeals to you.

Another, arguably more important reason to know the location of The Ruins of Eridu in Diablo 4, is that it has incredible drops. So much so that a ton of people are constantly running the dungeon. At time of writing, it is arguably the best source of materials, loot, Gold and XP drops per hour. And it doesn’t even have to be on Nightmare mode; even at normal difficulty, the drops are ridiculous. If you go in there as a group, the drops are even more plentiful. If you can, make the most of it before Blizzard decides to nerf The Ruins of Eridu. And that about does it for this guide. We have a lot more of them, like Swamp’s Protection Bug and Brought to Heel.

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