Inventory Management is a very important aspect of Baldur’s Gate 3. Let’s take a look at how to do it efficiently.
Baldur’s Gate 3 is based on the Dungeons and Dragons tabletop game. It is a roleplaying turn-based game developed by Larian Studios. The game has many in-game features which contribute to the game’s uniqueness.
One of the most important features of Baldur’s Gate 3 is the inventory. The inventory holds all in-game equipment and items. However, the inventory requires strict management due to the limitation of slots.
If you are unsure how to manage your inventory, rest assured as we show you how to do it properly.
How to Manage Inventory in BG3
Inventory management is essential in Baldur’s Gate 3 to use all items and equipment. As an RPG, in-game items play a massive role in combat and story progression. However, when inventory becomes full, you cannot carry more. To keep your inventory in check, you have to manage it following these methods properly:
Sell Items to Merchants
Don’t hoard items in your inventory, as they take up space if not used for combat or other purposes. All items found during your expedition can be sold to village merchants and the first merchant near Emerald Gloves.
Merchants will provide you with the option to either Barter or Trade. While Trades will provide a fixed value in-game, the Barter option will give you more Gold. However, Bartering is a little complex for beginner players to grasp, requiring players to be more acquainted with the Merchants.
If you’re far away from merchants and your inventory becomes full, use the Storage Chests. Storage Chests are located at the back of your camp. Head to the Storage Chest and click on it to put the unwanted items in it.
You can head to the Storage Chest later and remove your desired items. Additionally, you can select these items later and sell them to Merchants after finishing your expedition.
So, keep your inventory clean, as it will save you time and improve your gameplay experience.