In any action-RPG out there, the campaign is just an introduction to the game. And while the lore is always fun, endgame is where the true essence of any ARPG lies. Diablo 4 also has a pretty expansive endgame that you can explore to get the best-possible loot to min-max your builds. In this Diablo 4 guide, we will walk you through everything you should do after you are done with campaign.


Diablo 4 Endgame

Before we begin, it is important to note that you do not have to absolutely rush through the campaign to reach the endgame. The most important thing is to play the game at a comfortable pace while having fun. And while the best loot will always be tied to endgame, you can take your time getting there.

Also, there is no need to interact with every endgame mechanic mentioned in the guide (although we do recommend experiencing them at least once so that you can form your own opinion) and you can totally stick to the ones that you like the most.

Level 100

One of the first things that you should eye after you are done with Diablo 4 campaign is to attain Level 100. It is a prestigious achievement considering the fact that the game just released. This is obviously a massive grind but you should have this as one of your endgame goals while you explore other aspects.


Other than this, if you have purchased the Battle Pass, you should also work on completing its objectives to max it out for all the possible rewards.

Tree of Whispers

It is sort of a Bounty Hunter mechanic in Diablo 4. You are provided with a target which can be anywhere in the world. Your job is to eliminate the said target to earn Grim Favor aside from other loot. You can then trade your acquired Favor at the Tree of Whispers for additional loot.


It is basically a regional World Event that only appears in specific locations after you unlock the Nightmare World Tier. It requires you to coordinate with other people in the area in order to fend off the attackers known as Harbringers. When defeated, these enemies have a chance to drop Cinders which are required to open chests containing endgame loot.

There is a little catch, however – if you die while the Helltide is still going on, you will lose all of your Cinders so it is a good mix of risk and reward. Another important thing that you should note is that Helltide continues for almost an hour so make sure to clear your schedule before jumping into one, especially if you want to farm a lot of Cinders.


World Bosses

As you explore the Sanctuary, you are bound to come across one or more incredibly tough bosses which may seem nigh impossible to defeat with a weak build. These are basically World Bosses which only appear at specific times in predetermined areas. Fighting these bosses is something that you need to have on your post-campaign to-do list. However, if you have got a weak build, bring some teammates along.

Nightmare Dungeons

To the surprise of none, Nightmare Dungeons are simply tougher variations of Diablo 4 Dungeons with added modifiers and better rewards. To enter a ND, you will need to have Nightmare Sigils. You should also know that the level of Nightmare Sigils directly impacts the Nightmare Dungeon so make sure you prepare accordingly.

Fields of Hate

Lastly, we have got the Fields of Hate, a dedicated zone for PvP in Diablo 4. In the Fields of Hate, you will get to test your builds against actual people. And while it is generally fun, it is not something that everyone loves.

This is everything we have got in our Diablo 4 Endgame guide. For more help on the game, be sure to see our Diablo 4 wiki page.



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