Product Inventory Lost Ark, New Animal Skins, Player Gifts & Books

In our Product Inventory Lost Ark, New Animal Skins, Player Gifts & Books guide, we’ll cover a few important parts of the March 24th weekly update. You will also be able to use it for future reference, too. First off, we’re going to show you where to find the animal skins, player gifts, books and other stuff the developers have granted all players. We’ll follow that up by showing you where to find the items if your Product Inventory was full.

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Product Inventory Lost Ark, New Animal Skins, Player Gifts & Books

Where to Find Lost Ark New Animal Skins, Player Gifts & Books

To find the Lost Ark player gifts, including new animal skins, books and a bunch of other rewards, you have to go to the Product Inventory. The first step is to get into the game and then open the shop by either pressing F4 or clicking the little shopping cart icon in the bottom right of the screen. Next, click the Product Inventory button, which will again be in the bottom right. From there, simply claim all the items, and you’re good to go. Here’s a list of gifts you’re supposed to get. You can see what the animal skins look like in this video and this video by Attingplay. And to find out what to do if your Product Inventory is full, head to the next section.

  • New Animal Skin Selection Chest
  • Mokokon Pet Selection Chest
  • Moko-board Mount Selection Chest
  • Lost Ark United Structure
  • Appearance Change Ticket
  • Pheons x132
  • Menelik’s Tome x5
  • Legendary Card Pack Selection Chest x2

Lost Ark Product Inventory Full Solution

If you get to the point where your Lost Ark Product Inventory is full, the solution is to look for the rewards in your pet’s inventory or the in-game mail, according to this forum post. So, if you’re not able to find the player gifts and books you were supposed to get in the March 24th update (and any future ones), that’s where you should look for them – either in your pet inventory or your in-game inbox. If you’ve already done that and still can’t find the stuff, then I’m afraid it’s time to contact support and see what they can do to help you. Hopefully, it won’t come to that, though.

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