Diablo 4: Where to Find the Buried Halls Dungeon

Looking for the Buried Halls dungeon in Diablo 4? We'll point you in the right direction.

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If you’re looking for the Buried Halls Dungeon in Diablo 4, you’re probably after its Aspect or are doing a Nightmare Dungeon run. With plenty of dungeons to sift through and more hidden if a Stronghold isn’t claimed, it can be pretty hard to find a specific one. Our guide tells you how to find the Buried Halls dungeon in Diablo 4.

Where to Find the Buried Halls Dungeon in Diablo 4

The Diablo 4 Buried Halls dungeon is located in the Dry Steppes region of Sanctuary in the Jakhan Basin area. For a more exact location, see below.

Buried Halls Location

You’ll be able to find the Buried Halls dungeon southwest of the Hidden Overlook waypoint or southeast of the Onyx Watchtower Stronghold Waypoint. You don’t need to claim a Stronghold or complete a quest to access Buried Halls. It’s not hidden in a dead-end part of the map but rather sits along the edge of the area.

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How to Get the Buried Halls Rapid Aspect

Making it through Buried Halls and defeating the dungeon boss for the first time will reward you with the Rapid Aspect for your Codex of Power. A general Aspect usable by all classes, it grants “basic skills gain % Attack Speed.” The Rapid Aspect is used in a variety of builds, including the Storm Wolf Druid build. While you’ll want a maxroll version of the Rapid Aspect for your late-game build, using the Codex of Power version gained here is a great start to getting used to a specific playstyle. As a Barbarian, I prefer the faster basic attacks myself.

That’s how to find the Buried Halls dungeon in Sanctuary. For more on Diablo 4 locations, how to find Aspects, or tips for class builds, check out our full library of D4 guides.

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