Inventory is full, and you don’t know what to sell in Baldur’s Gate 3. Here we explained how you can differentiate to find useful items. And get rid of those items which have no use. Within a few hours of playing, you will pick up many items, from weapons to consumables and vials. Some are so common and cheap that keeping them is just a waste of space. Plus, in times of need, you will find it difficult to get useful items from junk.
What to Sell and How to Manage Inventory in Baldur’s Gate 3
The first thing you need to do is check the attributes of items and see if they are useful for your party members and yourself. Now, to do that, open your inventory and place the arrow on the item whose attribute you want to see. In Baldur’s Gate 3, you can press Tab to see the inventory of your party members. So open their inventory and compare the attributes of items that your party members are wearing with the ones you have. And once you have made sure that none of the items you own are useful for them, you can go ahead and add them to Wares. But if you found an item that they can use, then just drag it to the left corner picture of your party member.
There are three kinds of items that you should never sell in Baldur’s Gate 3: Artifacts, Unique, and Story items. Quest items will either look different than most or have engraving and such. Mysterious Artefact, Idol of Silvanus, and Smokepowder Satchel are a few of the story items. Keeping consumables is also a good option, but things like Rum and Wine can be sold, as they give a disadvantage on ability checks. Selling common items like Shovel and Thieves tools is also okay if your party members don’t need them.
Now, you know what to sell in Baldur’s Gate 3. If this inventory management guide was helpful for you, then check our other Baldur’s Gate 3 guides. You can start with how to highlight items and then learn the best controller setting for BG3.