Diablo 4 Beta: How to Increase Inventory Space

Tanim Hasan
By Tanim Hasan
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Credit: Blizzard Entertainment

Diablo 4 has a limited inventory which causes the player to move around their gears constantly. But is it possible to increase it? If so, how? All will be answered here.

Diablo 4 is the newest mainstream Diablo game in a long time. The last one was Diablo Immortal, which was mainly focused on mobile devices. So many people didn’t find it interesting enough, or they had problems with the microtransaction of the game. However, Diablo 4 is the next best Diablo experience Blizzard is launching.

Diablo 4 has a lot of loot and items for you to collect. These loots come in different tiers and with different perks too. So, as you play and level up, you will constantly be upgrading your gears for the new and better ones. Even in the endgame, you may want to change up your armours and gears for a specific build you want to run.

For all these reasons, you may want to keep gears in your inventory for hot-swapping. This is where the limited inventory can be a hinder if you want to keep a lot of things in there. But is there a way to upgrade the inventory, and if so, how? That is what we are here to answer.

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How to Increase Inventory in Diablo 4 Beta

Unfortunately, there is no way for the players to increase inventory space in the Diablo 4 beta. This was first introduced back in Diablo 2. But it is also present in the new game. So if you don’t see a loot that is particularly great, you may not want to pick it up and save the space for some actual good loot.

But that doesn’t mean you have to drop, sell or dismantle everything else other than what you are wearing. There is an external stash system in Diablo 4, which has upgradeable storage. You can store your gear in there if you think it is something you want to use in the future again.

Even though the stash storage upgrade seems like a good idea but it will cost 100k gold per tab slot. So it is not viable until you reach the endgame level. Thus you will need to decide on what gears are worth keeping and what will go to the blacksmith or the market for sale.

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Tanim Hasan is a Guide Writer at GameRiv working on various games which consists of mostly new releases. His favourite genre is Hack and Slash, and Souls Like. But he is open to play any game regardless of the genre. So he has experience with most genres of games.