Diablo 4 is known for its intricate dungeon systems where players can spend hours exploring each floor. However, once the player has finished with a particular dungeon, they may not want to spend more time walking back to the entrance. Luckily, the game offers several ways to leave a dungeon.
Using the “Leave Dungeon” Button
The main way to exit a dungeon in Diablo 4 is by clicking the “Leave Dungeon” button. To do so, press ‘E’ on your keyboard while playing and select “Leave Dungeon” from the wheel menu. Once you click this button, your character will begin to charge up a teleportation sequence. After a short period, you will be teleported to the entrance of the dungeon you are currently in.
It is important to note that not all dungeons allow you to use the “Leave Dungeon” button. In such cases, you will need to use other methods to exit the dungeon.
If the “Leave Dungeon” button is unavailable, you can use one of the following techniques:
- Teleport to a waypoint on the map: Open the map by pressing Tab, select Sanctuary: Estuar under “WORLD MAP” on the bottom-left side, and double-click any waypoint you’ve claimed.
- Press ‘T’ to use town teleportation: This will teleport you to the nearest town.
- Use a dedicated item or teleporter at the end of the dungeon: Some dungeons have specific items or portals that you can use to leave once you have defeated the area’s boss. The first boss encounter, for example, presents an escape rope that players can use to leave the ruins of the area.
It is worth noting that these methods’ availability will differ from dungeon to dungeon, so players should be mindful of which escape option is available to them.
Now that you know how to leave dungeons in Diablo 4, there is no need to trek back through monster-filled hordes. If you have any suggestions or feedback regarding leaving dungeons in Diablo 4, be sure to leave them in the comment section below!