How to Get to Lost City Diablo 2 Resurrected

At one point in the game, you’ll have to figure out how to get to the Lost City in Diablo 2 Resurrected. This particular level, like many of them in Diablo 2, will require you to trek through a number of other zones in the search for a path that will lead you to the next one. Eventually, you’ll get to the Lost City. In this guide, we’ll explain how to actually get to there as clearly as possible.

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How to Get to Lost City Diablo 2 Resurrected

How to Get to Diablo 2 Resurrected Lost City

To get to the Lost City in Diablo 2 Resurrected, you need to make your way from Lut Gholein and into Dry Hills. From there, proceed into Dry Hills, and then Far Oasis. Since the maps in Diablo 2 are randomly generated, we can’t exactly give you precise instructions aside from the fact that you should generally hug the outer walls of the level until you find an opening leading you into the next level. The same goes for the path that leads you from Far Oasis and into the Lost City.

The one thing that we can tell you is that Far Oasis has two levels, lower and higher. You get from one to the other via a set of stairs that looks like a sheer cliff wall. Keep an eye out for the yellow “staircase icon” on the minimap to see where it is (or check out our screenshot below to see what it looks like). So, if you’re wondering how to get to the Lost City in Diablo 2 Resurrected, you might be missing a whole section of the level where the path to the next section lies.

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A staircase leads to the next level of Far Oasis

Once you do manage to find your way into the Lost City, things are gonna get really ugly real fast, but that’s a different matter; we’re not in the business of spoilers here. If you need more help with the game, we’ve got a number of other Diablo 2 guides that you can check out. Among others, we’ve written articles like How to Heal and Revive Mercenary, How to Get to Arcane Sanctuary, and How to Throw Javelin.

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