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How To Carry More Weight In Death Stranding

How To Carry More Weight In Death Stranding
Want to increase your carrying capacity so you can transport more cargo? This guide on How To Carry More Weight In Death Stranding tells you what you must do in order to unlock higher stats that, in turn, will allow you to carry more items on your Orders.

There’s a lot of walking in Death Stranding, and just as much delivering. As such, the amount of weight you can carry is important for faster progress, more rewards, and an easier time traveling so you don’t fall over as much.

How To Carry More Weight In Death Stranding

When you turn in Orders in Death Stranding, you receive experience points in particular aspects of delivery. One such aspect is “Delivery Volume”. You see the rewards received for each Delivery in the Delivery Results screen, where you see a tally of the “Likes”, the points rewarded, and so on.

Different missions reward different stats, depending on the mission type. Typically, Orders that require you to carry much heavier loads, rewards more Delivery Volume experience. In turn, allowing you to carry more items and increase your carry capacity.

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