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How To Increase Inventory Space In Bugsnax

How To Increase Inventory Space In Bugsnax
Want to carry more Bugsnax in your inventory or backpack? This guide on How To Increase Inventory Space In Bugsnax will tell you what objectives you must complete and which character you need to bring back to town in order to upgrade your carrying capacity.

At the beginning of your adventure in Bugsnax, your carrying capacity is very limited. Your inventory is used when you capture any Bugsnax and only being able to carry a few at a time, makes completing quests and catching new Bugsnax a bit of a pain. Thankfully however, it’s relatively easy to increase your inventory size, you just need to progress through the story and meet a few characters.

How To Increase Inventory Space In Bugsnax

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Not long after you start the game you will encounter Gramble. It’s very early in the story. After you arrive in the main town, your next objective will take you to the beach area. You will encounter Gramble, he’s hard to miss. You’ll have to do a few quests for him at the beach and then, after you help him, he will return to the main town.

After a short while of him being in town, after you throw your first party, check in with him when you return to town. Eventually he has a quest where he asks you to donate Bugsnax to his ranch, it’s inside the town. Once you donate enough to complete the objective, your inventory size will increase. You can continue donating Bugsnax to the Donation Campaign box to further increase your inventory size as you progress through the game.

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