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Diablo 4 is a game that will probably last forever for fans of hack ‘n’ slash and isometric RPGs, but it all starts with a narrative campaign. After that, the real Diablo 4 begins, with all the endgame activities you can undertake alone and with friends.

If you're struggling with the campaign, make sure you check out our tips and tricks for Diablo 4, as they can help you get through tough boss fights without much trouble. Our boss guides to Astaroth, Brol, Andariel, Elias, and Uznu will give you an idea of what to expect there. And if you're just starting out, looking for the best class for you, we have a guide for that too.

How long to beat Diablo 4’s campaign

Let’s take a look at how long Diablo 4 is, and what you can do once the campaign is over in the endgame. The campaign has a duration of about 30 hours. This covers all the main quests, several side quests, some Expeditions, some Strongholds, and several minor dungeons.

We took detours after all the main quests and explored new areas, making for a full experience even though there is still so much left to do.

All of this starting directly from World Level 2 and finishing the campaign at level 41 -- still in line with the game’s requirements, with only the last main dungeon demanding a 45+.

Diablo 4: What can you do after the story?

Once you finish the narrative campaign, what can you do in Diablo 4’s endgame?

First and foremost, you have the Tree of Whispers: these are bounties that reward you in a special currency allowing you to get new high-level equipment, and fill a cumulative gauge. When this gauge is completed, you get chests. Bounties are available for a limited time and update as they expire.

Another activity is the Helltide, a kind of server-wide global event that makes enemies stronger throughout the entire map and increases the value of rewards. Then there are the Nightmare Dungeons, the classic Expeditions but with modifiers that amplify the starting difficulty.

Lastly, you can unlock even more World Tiers, although this is already possible during your first run by completing specific Expeditions.

That’s not to mention the Fields of Hatred, which offer special areas where you can challenge other people and gain PvP fame.