Diablo 4: How To Leave Dungeons

In Diablo 4, leaving dungeons is surprisingly tricky. Enough so, that tons of players complain about not being able to do it. We'll show you how to leave dungeons in Diablo 4.

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Diablo 4: How To Leave Dungeons | © Activision Blizzard

After making your way through one of the long dungeons in Diablo 4, you slay a boss and then... you're stuck there, right? That's the experience many players have made in Diablo 4, as the game doesn't make it clear how you actually get out of those damn things. The first dungeon in the game has a rope at the end that gets you out, but we never saw that again during our time playing the game.

Diablo 4: How To Leave Dungeons

So, many players opt to teleporting back to the city or, and this one is particularly bad, running through the whole thing again. But there are a few ways to actually leave a dungeon. They're oddly obscure though.

To leave a dungeon, open the map and click on the gate symbol at the entry point of the dungeon. This will bring you outside the dungeon. You can also pop up your action wheel and leave the dungeon like that. That's it. Pretty easy and neat, but the game never tells you this.

Another useful thing, that the game doesn't tell you, is that you have an extra input command, Input 7, which you can re-map to any button. You can use this input to immediately leave a dungeon. So even easier and quicker.

Dungeons in Diablo 4 had a tough time around the game's beta. They're not bad, but a lot of players complained about tedious quests and lack of variety, but luckily the devs listened to the community and made significant changes to the dungeons. Also, the new aspects are a fantastic reward though. Now that you know how to get out of the dungeons, the prospect of completing more dungeons is hopefully less daunting.

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