How to get to Fractured Peaks in Diablo 4

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Picture of a church in the Fractured Peaks in Diablo 4

Want to know how to get to the Fractured Peaks in Diablo 4? The latest release in the Diablo franchise is here and the game has had quite the overhaul. The brand new map is absolutely massive and entirely open world, so knowing your way around it is imperative to your journey through Sanctuary.

One of the main areas that you'll explore is the Fractured Peaks, which is a snowy mountain-scape filled with loads of undead. On top of that, there's a few key dungeons that you'll want to complete depending on your class. Luckily we'll have the best way for you to get to the Fractured Peaks with ease.

While you're here, why not check out our other Diablo 4 guides, such as location guide for stashes in Diablo 4, our Andariel boss guide, and our Lilith's Lament boss guide.

How do I get to the Fractured Peaks in Diablo 4?

So you want to get to the Fractured Peaks, but you were already there! The Fractured Peaks is the first major zone that you will play through for Act I in Diablo 4. Kyovashad is the major city hub in the area that's dead in the center of the zone.

There are six total map points in the Fractured Peaks, which gives you pretty wide spread access to the outskirt areas of the zone, where there are plenty of dungeons, cellars, Lilith statues, and strongholds to find.

Picture of the Fracture Peaks map in Diablo 4
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What is there to do in the Fractured Peaks?

As we mentioned, there are plenty of things to do in the Fractured Peaks. One of the major things to do is the dungeons. This will help you fill out your Codex of Power, as well as get you renown for the zone. Here's a list of the dungeons that you'll find in the Fractured Peaks.

  • Lost Archives
  • Defiled Catacomb
  • Tormented Ruins
  • Light Watch
  • Maulwood
  • Dead Man's Dredge
  • Hallowed Ostuary
  • Sanguine Chapel
  • Zenith
  • Hoarfrost Demise
  • Black Asylum
  • Derelict Lodge
  • Nostrava Deepwood
  • Forbidden City
  • Mercy's Reach

In addition to the dungeons, there's a few Strongholds that you can pick up for big renown gains, as well as a plethora of side quests and cellars to locate scattered throughout the zone. More than likely, you'll have completed a fair few of the side quests in Act I on your first playthrough. While there are plenty of them in each of the major towns, there are some strewn throughout the open world areas of the map, so be on the lookout.

One thing that you will definitely want to make sure that you hunt down in the Fractured Peaks is the various Lilith Statues that are hidden in the zone. These statues provide your characters some very nice boosts. It's worth doing because once you do it once, you don't have to do it again on any subsequent characters that you play.

And that's all there is to it folks! Now go forth and explore the Fractured Peaks to your heart's content! If you're looking for more Diablo 4 content, check out our Diablo 4 guides hub for all the tips you need.

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