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Outriders: Can You Increase Inventory Size? Answered

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Your inventory is where all of the gear and crafting materials you pick up in Outriders will automatically be stored. As you progress through the game, you’ll find it filling up quickly, and that’s got some players wondering if you can increase inventory size in Outriders.

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Can You Increase Inventory Size in Outriders?

Unfortunately, no, you cannot increase your inventory size in Outriders.

The good news is your inventory is pretty huge, and if you keep on top of dismantling your old gear, you’ll never feel the need for a larger inventory in the first place.

Dismantling gear enables you to get Scrap, Leather, Iron and Titanium depending on the rarity of the items you’re breaking down. Scrap comes from common gear, Leather comes from uncommon Armor, Iron comes from uncommon Weapons and Titanium comes from dismantling Epic and Legendary items.

Item Stash

If you do find that you’ve managed to fill your inventory in Outriders, fear not. Any items that you can’t pick up on your mission will automatically be sent to your Item Stash. This can be found in your camp, and is marked on your map with a chest icon. Simply walk over to it and press and hold Square/ X to open it and move the gear into your inventory once you’ve made space.

Any items in your stash will remain there until you move them. They won’t be deleted or ‘expire’ after a set amount of time. Though they may be severely under leveled if you leave some in there for too long.

That’s everything you need to know on whether or not you can increase inventory size in Outriders. For more tips, tricks and guides, head over to our wiki, or check out more of our coverage on the game below.

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