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New World: How to Increase Settlement Storage Size

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New World: How to Increase Settlement Storage Size

New World is an ambitious, pirate-themed MMORPG developed and published by Amazon Games. It’s set in a fantastical world called Aeturnum, and players will have the opportunity to join factions and go to war with each other in an effort to claim territory. You’ll be picking up tons of items and resources along the way, and eventually, you’ll need to start storing them at settlements during your journey. Here’s how to increase your settlement storage size in New World.

Increasing Settlement Storage Size in New World

Every settlement or village in each region has a storage shed you can access, and they all start with 1,000 units of storage. This sounds like a lot of space to work with, but if you’re planning on farming for resources in the nearby areas, you’ll find that it will fill up extremely quickly.

Thankfully, there are a couple of ways to increase your settlement storage size in New World, and we’ve listed them below:

  • Increasing territory standing
  • Buying a house and crafting storage chests

The first method is pretty straightforward; whenever you complete quests and activities in a region, your territory standing goes up, Whenever it levels up, you’ll be able to choose a perk from a random selection, and increasing storage size is one of the perks that might show up with each level gained. It’ll increase the storage size by a small percentage, but every little bit helps.

The second method requires you to buy a house in that settlement, and doing so will allow you to craft storage chests to display in your home. Each chest will increase your storage size, and you’ll also be able to access your settlement storage from your house as well.

That’s all you need to know about how to increase settlement storage size in New World. Be sure to check our guide wiki for more tips and information on the game.

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