Are you wondering what you should sell in Baldur’s Gate 3 now that your inventory is full? In this guide, we’ll show you how to sort items and prioritise the valuables over junk.
While it’s easy to hoard weapons, gems, trinkets, and potions, it’s not advisable to do in the long run. If you hoard too many items, you’ll run out of space for important things. Plus, sorting out lots of items will take a long time and can affect your enjoyment of the game.
So, continue reading if you want to know what to sell in Baldur’s Gate 3. We’ve included some valuable item suggestions as well as the common sellable loot.
What are the items you should sell in Baldur’s Gate 3?
The best items to sell in Baldur’s Gate 3 are junk, extra treasures, unusable gear, and duplicate items that aren’t too valuable. Just keep in mind that Baldur’s Gate 3 doesn’t tag regular items as junk, so you need to decide if an item is worth keeping or not.
Overall, ingots and gems can always be sold without thinking about it too much, along with weapons and armors that your character has outgrown. Also, any spells you have already learned or you don't need.
As much as possible, you shouldn’t sell Uniques and Artifact because they are priceless. Unique items might have additional uses in future game updates, and Artifacts can be tied to important quests later. Story items, on the other hand, should remain in your inventory because they’re tied to the main or secondary quests in every act.
Also, don’t sell most of your consumables such as potions, reagents, and components. You may actually need extra consumables as you go deeper into BG3’s acts. Also, potions are so scarce in the game that we would definitely recommend holding on to any that you find. They might come in handy later, trust us.
How to manage your BG3 inventory
To manage your BG3 inventory, you must observe each item and see their tags. If an item is tagged as unique or story, don’t bother selling it to a vendor. You can also sort all items into their respective categories for easier viewing.
If you have extra bags and pouches, you can try organising items into specific categories. Potions, for example, can go into a pouch that can be accessed from the hotbar. So if you run out of potions in your hotbar, just open your bag and set one for consumption.
Additionally, you can send all other extra items to your camp. This way, the items won’t fill up your inventory fast. And don’t forget to use the inventory search bar if you’re looking for something. The search function covers all active characters in your party, so you can’t miss a thing.
Now that you know what items to sell in Baldur’s Gate 3, you can check out our guide on how to heal wounds properly. You can also see our guide on opening the gilded chest so that you’ll have more items to hoard or sell later.