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How to reset dungeons in Diablo 4

Farm with ease using this method.

Blizzard removed the feature to reset dungeons after Diablo 4’s launch, and then Season 1’s release brought it back.

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So, what if you’re in the dungeon and a friend wants to run it with you? Or if you’re trying to farm a nifty piece of gear? Read on to find out how to reset a dungeon.

Diablo 4: How To reset dungeons

Resetting dungeons in Diablo 4 by opening your map and selecting the “Reset Dungeons” button. This method works well if you’re also running Diablo 4’s many strongholds, such as the ones in Fractured Peaks.

One would assume that if you want to reset a dungeon, you’d just need to teleport to a waypoint. In theory, this would work, but the reality is that it doesn’t really reset. It just pauses the dungeon. You need to leave the dungeon before trying to reset.

Leave your dungeon by pressing E on your keyboard and looking for the option “Leave Dungeon.” It should be on the first page of the radial menu. After you’ve pressed it, this should take you to the start of the dungeon. When you’re here, leave out the exit. You can also press “T” on your keyboard to teleport to a nearby town.

Diablo 4 How To Reset Dungeons
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To reset while playing Diablo 4 solo, open your map and view your Journal tab. There, you’ll see at the bottom a red “Reset Dungeons’ button.” After reading the warning about your dungeons resetting, confirm to reset.

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When in a group, you’ll need all members to leave the party, and have the party leader leave the dungeon. This will kick all the other party members out of the dungeon, which will make it reset. You’ll just have to bring everyone back into a new party to redo the dungeon.

An easier way to reset would be to log out. But you’ll have to make your way back to the stronghold or dungeon. Leaving the dungeon as opposed to logging out seems to be the fastest method.

Diablo 4 Player Using Leave Dungeon To Leave
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Why reset?

Resetting is a great way to farm for items. Plus, if you’re partnered with a lower-level player, you can still run the dungeon and still gain XP since the game scales to your level.

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