A hideout is a special area players can design for themselves. Hideouts can first be unlocked after freeing Helena in Act 2, who will let you change hideouts and help find new ones. Players can invite certain NPCs, including masters, Helena, Kirac, Sister Cassia, Tane and Expedition league NPCs to their hideout. Players can also decorate their hideout with decorations.
|Stately Hideout||Oriath Square, The Ruined Square||Common|
Hideouts can be visited using the /hideout command while in town, or from any waypoint. The waypoint for the hideout is found in the bottom right corner of the map, but only appears for players when they are at a waypoint.
When first finding a hideout, it must be fully cleared of all monsters in it. Afterwards, the hideout is unlocked. Players that enter the area after the monsters in the hideout have been cleared can talk to Helena in order to unlock it. Hideouts can be found throughout the acts and in maps. The chance of generating a hideout in an area depends on its rarity tier.
Path of Exile hideout, from common to extremely rare: Common, Rare, Very Rare, Extremely Rare, Special, MTX Hideout.
|1||Baleful Hideout||The Chamber of Sins Level 2 (Act 7)||Common|
|2||Cartographer’s Hideout||reach Epilogue and talk to Helena in hideout||Common|
|3||Coral Hideout||The Cavern of Anger (Act 6)||Common|
|4||Desert Hideout||The Oasis(Act 9)||Common|
|5||Excavated Hideout||The Crystal Veins(Act 4)||Common|
|6||Lush Hideout||The Dread Thicket (Act 2)||Common|
|7||Luxurious Hideout||The Bath House(Act 8)||Common|
|8||Skeletal Hideout||The Ossuary (Act 10)||Common|
|9||Stately Hideout||Oriath Square, The Ruined Square||Common|
|10||Undercity Hideout||The Sewers(Act 5)||Common|
|11||Backstreet Hideout||Arcade Map||Rare|
|12||Battle-scarred Hideout||Promenade Map||Rare|
|13||Coastal Hideout||Atoll Map||Rare|
|14||Divided Hideout||The Twilight Temple||Rare|
|15||Enlightened Hideout||Academy Map||Rare|
|16||Immaculate Hideout||Ivory Temple Map||Rare|
|17||Unearthed Hideout||Graveyard Map||Rare|
|18||Alpine Hideout||Summit Map||Very Rare|
|19||Brutal Hideout||Tower Map||Very Rare|
|20||Glacial Hideout||Iceberg Map||Very Rare|
|21||Overgrown Hideout||Orchard Map||Very Rare|
|22||Arboreal Hideout||Terrace Map||Extremely Rare|
|23||Haunted Hideout||Haunted Mansion Map||Extremely Rare|
|24||Nocturnal Hideout||Moon Temple Map||Extremely Rare|
|25||Primeval Hideout||Primordial Blocks Map||Extremely Rare|
|26||Robber’s Trench Hideout||Dig Map||Extremely Rare|
|27||Sanguine Hideout||Crimson Temple Map||Extremely Rare|
|28||Sunken Hideout||Sunken City Map||Extremely Rare|
|29||Celestial Hideout||The Shaper’s Realm
Hideout entrance does not spawn.
|30||All at Sea Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|31||Azurite Cavern Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|32||Boundless Skies Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|33||Celestial Nebula Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|38||Endless Sands Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|40||Eternal Wasteland Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|42||Glacial Expanse Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|45||Infinite Abyss Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|52||Urban Sprawl Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|53||Vast Plains Hideout||Shop||MTX|
|55||Sunspire Hideout||Sunspire supporter pack||MTX|
|56||Doomguard Hideout||Doomguard supporter pack||MTX|
|57||Ritualist’s Hideout||Ritual league challenge reward||MTX|
It is possible to place various decorations in the hideout. By pressing the “Hideout”-button players can see the Decorations available. By pressing the “Edit”-button players can move the decorations and rotate them around.
Hover over the “i”-button in the Editing-Menu to get the following instructions.
Players can visit someone else’s hideout by right clicking on the desired player’s name and choosing “Visit Hideout”.
It’s possible to control who can do this via tickboxes at the bottom of the hideout stash. Players can separately allow or disallow friends, guild members, or party members.
Visitors can sell at masters, but cannot buy, and cannot use any crafting benches.