Before reaching endgame, Diablo 4 has a number of Campaign acts for players to complete. Here’s everything you need to know:

It’s been 10 long years since Diablo 3 was released, but players are now exploring the harshly familiar and unforgiving world of Sanctuary once again with Diablo 4.

Right from the get-go, you’ll be thrust into the game’s Prologue, where the ruthless world of Sanctuary is introduced, setting the stage for the rest of the game.

But how long is the Diablo 4 storyline, and how many acts does it contain?

art of the necromancer in Diablo 4

How Many Acts in Diablo 4’s Campaign

Diablo 4 has six acts in total, with an additional prologue and epilogue to get stuck into.

Compared to Diablo 3’s four acts and roughly 18-hour game length, it’ll take you a meaty 30 or so hours to plow through Diablo 4’s main campaign, before the glorious endgame awaits.

As Diablo 4 follows a non-linear style of progression, you’ll get the opportunity to delve into any of the first three Acts of your choice. Here are all of the Acts in Diablo 4:

  • Prologue: Wandering
  • Act 1: A Cold and Iron Faith
  • Act 2: The Knife Twists Again
  • Act 3: The Making of Monsters
  • Act 4: A Gathering Storm
  • Act 5: Secrets Bartered, Fates Sold
  • Act 6: Dance of the Makers
  • Epilogue: From the Wound Spilled

Here’s which Act you should play first in Diablo 4, to help guide your opening hours!

Those who played the beta will be familiar with hacking, slashing, and magicking(?) your way through the Fracture Peaks in Act 1. Act 2 will see you head into the swampy Scosglen region, while Act 3 takes you to the Dry Steppes.

Inarius from Diablo 4 flying down to the player

There are five main areas in total to explore in Sanctuary, with Hawezar and Kehjistan being the later, more difficult regions in the game.

Although the first three Acts can be tackled in any order, it would be wise to pay attention to your gear and the suggested level when entering these locations – the enemies will hit harder and be much more difficult to take down in the tougher areas.

Once you have plowed through the campaign, the incredible Diablo 4 endgame will be waiting for you.

Here you can spend countless hours hunting for more powerful gear and min-maxing your builds on your quest to reach the max level in the game.

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