How to Increase Inventory Space Disney Dreamlight Valley

If you want to know how to increase inventory space in Disney Dreamlight Valley, we’ve got you covered. In this guide, we are going to give you several ways to expand your inventory in Disney Dreamlight Valley. Yes, there’s more than one way to get more inventory space in this game, just like in any example of the genre. So, let’s dive straight into it, shall we?

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how to increase inventory space disney dreamlight valley
How to Increase Inventory Space Disney Dreamlight Valley

How to Expand Inventory Space in Disney Dreamlight Valley

To increase your inventory space in Disney Dreamlight Valley, there are several things you can do. First off, if you go into your inventory, you’ll see the option to expand it right in the middle. If you click it, you’ll be offered to pay for getting a backpack with twenty-eight slots. This costs five thousand gold coins, and further upgrades cost increasingly more. As far as we know, that’s the only way to expand your personal inventory space, as in, things you can carry on your person. There are a few more options, though, that aren’t your backpack.

Your house comes with a storage box that you can put stuff in. You can also expand the capacity of this thing, too. However, in order to do so, you have to upgrade your house, which is no small feat, either. So, the easiest way to increase inventory space in Disney Dreamlight Valley is to craft chests. Each chest requires twenty-five Softwood and twenty-five Stone. Both of these resources are found by foraging. Softwood is basically piles of sticks you find on the ground, and you get Stone by breaking rocks with your pickax. You can only start making them after unlocking the crafting bench through the main quests.

And, yeah, those are the ways of expanding inventory space in this game that we’re aware of. We’ll be sure to update the guide if we find more of them. One last thing that we do have to mention is that items you try to pick up and instead drop on the floor due to limited inventory tend to stay on the floor. So, if worst comes to worst, you can come back and get it later. Don’t be too long about it, just in case.

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