The Paragon Board in Diablo 4 allows you to finely tune your build, but if you purchase the wrong node or want to switch to another, then you’ll need to know how to reset it.

Once you reach level 50 in Diablo 4, you’ll unlock the Paragon Board. It’s full of individual nodes that you can purchase to further customize your build.

However, it’s understandable that if you decide to change your build or want to focus on a different aspect of it, you may want to reset a few nodes.

Below, we’ve outlined everything there is to know about resetting and refunding your Paragon Board in Diablo 4.

How to Reset the Paragon Board in Diablo 4

To reset a Paragon Board completely, you must refund each node individually. This is done by hovering over the node and pressing the following button (depending on platform):

  • X – Xbox
  • Square – PlayStation
  • Right Click – PC

There is no way to reset a Paragon Board all at once. The process must be done one node at a time, which will take players quite a long time.

The refund option on a Paragon Board in Diablo 4

Refunding a node will cost you a small amount of gold but will refund you the Paragon Point you initially spent on it.

At level 50, the refund cost is 0, with each subsequent level costing you progressively more. Therefore, resetting an entire Paragon Board can be costly, depending on your level.

Fortunately, the higher your level, the more gold you can farm. So, don’t let the refund cost deter you too much from resetting your Paragon Board completely.

This same process applies to players who want to rotate their Paragon Board. You must also refund each node until you reach the Board Attachment Gate.

Fans have been demanding a dedicated reset button since Diablo 4’s initial Beta. Many are fed up with the lengthy process of resetting an entire Paragon Board.

However, so far, Blizzard is yet to implement such a feature. If they do, we will update this article with the new steps.

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Whether it's an indie platformer or a 100-hour JRPG, Tom loves talking about games. So much so, he made it his career. Since starting in 2020, he's covered a wide range of topics at sites including TheGamer and The Game Crater.
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