How to see completed quests in Diablo 4 Season 1

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A screenshot of a sorcerer fighting from the Diablo 4 gameplay trailer.
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September 1 - Here is how to see completed quests in Diablo 4. With Season 2 now revealed, more quests will be coming soon.

Diablo 4 combines a vast open world with deep MMO elements, so you'll have a lot on your plate at all times. If you're struggling to keep on top of your own progress, particularly with new seasons coming, we've prepared this guide on how to see completed quests in Diablo 4 Season 1.

In games like Hogwarts Legacy, The Witcher, and Cyberpunk 2077, you'll have a decent number of main and side quests to play through while progressing through the story. With many quests to also complete in Diablo 4, it's a no-brainer that seeing completed quests would give you some ease in remembering what you've accomplished so far in-game.

How to see completed quests in Diablo 4 Season 1

Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, Diablo 4 has what is officially called "The Journal," which is tucked away within the game's several menus. You'll have to look for the journal to track your available quests. You can also accept new quests through the journal as they appear on your map.

A screenshot of the quests in the journal from Diablo 4.
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In terms of tracking completed quests in Diablo 4, there is currently no quest completion tracking system in the game yet.

When you complete a quest in Diablo 4, they disappear from your journal. So, you'd have to manually track them on your own for now. Rest assured though that we will definitely be updating this article once we get new information on tracking a player's completed quests in Diablo 4, should the developers ever add it.

More information on quests and completed achievements in Diablo 4 Season 1

Moreover, you'll often get priority quests which are important in progressing the story and helping you level up faster. You'll be able to see all your quests on your map by bringing up the journal menu by pressing the left on the D-pad. Similarly, you can also view your campaign progress and available missions which are divided into main quests, priority quests, and side quests.

In terms of achievements though, there is a dedicated tab on your interface that shows the achievements you've already accomplished in Diablo 4. But do take note that checking this particular tab can give you major spoilers on the game. If you can, it's better to steer clear from this tab when you're playing.

That it for the best option for how to see completed quests in Diablo 4. While you're still here, perhaps you can spare some time to read our other articles on the game such as how to change difficulty in Diablo 4 and our guide on Diablo 4 best skills for each class.


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