Diablo 4 Best Cellars to Farm

If you want to know what the best Diablo 4 cellars to farm are, don’t worry, we’re here to help. The cellars in general are good locations to gather Gold and other treasures (and even Legendary items), but a few of them take the cake. One of them is even a loot cave at time of writing. So, without further ado, let’s dive into it.

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diablo 4 best cellars to farm
Diablo 4 Best Cellars to Farm

Best Cellars in Diablo 4

One of the best cellars to farm in Diablo 4 is definitely Cannibals’ Hold, which is in the Dry Steppes. More specifically, it’s in the north of Untamed Scarps, as shown below. The dungeon is currently bugged, allowing for infinite mob spawns. That’s about the best place the farm as you can get. Make the most of it before the devs patch it up. Another really good cellar to keep visiting is Ravan’s Folly, which is in the Ragged Coastline area of Kehjistan, just to the west of the Iron Wolves Encampment.

Our next location is the cellar called Derelict Tunnel, in the south of Caldeum, near the border with Fields of Hatred. That’s also in Kehjistan. This place spawns a lot of treasure goblins, making it fantastic for farming items (maybe even Legendaries). You can reach it by starting from the Denshar waypoint. Tsepilova Larder is another cellar on our list of the ones that are best to farm in Diablo 4, and you’ll find it near the center of Gale Valley in Fractured Peaks. The closest waypoint to it is the Yelesna one.

We now head over to Hawezar and Blightmarsh to visit the Bleak Basement cellar. It’s not far from the Backwater waypoint. It’s not full of high-level enemies or anything like that, but there are a lot of mobs to kill for Gold and Gems. Last, but not least, the Frozen Tunnel cellar in Kyovashad. In Desolate Highland, to be more exact, but the cellar is near the Kyovashad waypoint.

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