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How To See Completed Quests in Diablo 4

If you want to see all of your completed quests in Diablo 4, here's where to look.
How To See Completed Quests in Diablo 4

Once you've completed a quest in Diablo 4, you might want to look back on it later on to see what the task was and what you were rewarded for your efforts in your challenges. You might also want to see this info so you can keep track of what you've already finished, and what you've yet to do before you reach your goals. The game exactly doesn't make it easy to find this information in its menus, so here's how to track your completed quests in Diablo 4.

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Players may want to track their quest completion in Diablo 4. (Picture: Blizzard Entertainment)

Where To Find Completed Quests in Diablo 4

If you are looking for a list of all the quests you've already finished in Diablo 4, you're unfortunately out of luck for the time being; there's no in-game quest tracking system, so writing them down on paper or otherwise manually noting them is the only way to keep track.

How To Track Your Completed Quests

While there isn't a list of your completed quests in Diablo 4, there is still a way to see your progress on the quests you already have. This can be pretty helpful.

To check your progress on active quests, you'll need to use a helpful little tool called "The Journal." To access it, just press left on your D-pad. You'll then enter the Journal menu which contains information about your ongoing quests and more.

If you keep an eye on this list, you should be able to keep track of the quests you're completing, and manually make a list. While this isn't the most ideal way to track your completed quests - and we'd definitely love to have an in-game completed quest tracker - it's really the only way to go about it for now.

It's unfortunate that Diablo 4 doesn't have a way to track completed quests in-game, but thankfully, you can track your own quest completion if you pay attention to the quests you're taking and finishing. If Blizzard ever does add an in-game quest tracker, we'll be the first to let you know by updating this article.

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