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Elder Scrolls Online Increase Inventory

When exploring Tamriel, it's inevitable that you'll receive items and rewards for your many (brave) deeds. Below you can find information on how to manage the items you'll find during your adventures.

The first 10 slots will cost you 400g, the second 10 are 2000, the third 10 are 5,900, the fourth 10 cost 11,000. After they I forget as I rarely go beyond 4 inventory expansions, getting a horse means you can get an extra slot per day for 250g, which after the second 10 expansion is the cheapest gold-per-slot value in the game. Visit a bag merchant at the Marketplace where you can increase your inventory slots by 10, to a new maximum of 70, for 400 gold per increase. The next maximum of 80 Inventory slots will cost you 2 000 gold. The max number of inventory slots is 110.


@M'vy Actually I just did some testing, dropped everything in my inventory except my quest items, and I had a net weight of 0, even though I had the elder scroll in my inventory, so alexander is correct. – Mr Smooth Dec 2 '11 at 22:04.

For The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled 'How do you use your mount for storage?' The UESPWiki – Your source for The Elder Scrolls since 1995 Online: Vendors. Jump to: navigation, search. Pack Merchants are merchants who sell backpacks which increase your carrying capacity by up to 80 slots, according to the following table: Total Slots Incremental Cost Cumulative.

The items you acquire are kept in your inventory, which is accessed by pressing “ I' if on PC/Mac, or by navigating to the Main Menu, then Inventory if on console. The inventory icon looks like a sack:

On PC/Mac, all of your items are displayed on the right side of the screen upon opening your inventory. Clicking on the icons on the top row allows you filter between your items, Craft Bag items, Currencies, and Quickslots. The second row allows you to filter items in your inventory by type, such as Weapons, Consumables, or Furnishings.

On consoles, inventory categories are displayed on the left side of the menu. Selecting a category will open sub categories, and you can use the left stick to navigate through the menu. Highlighting a category will show the stats of any items in that category that are currently equipped. Highlighting an unequipped item will bring up a comparison window, showing any currently equipped item of that type on the right, and the unequipped item on the left.

When you right-click or highlight an item, the following options will be available:

  • Use an item (if it is a consumable)
  • Equip an item
  • Add an enchantment to an item
  • Lock an item to prevent it from being destroyed
  • Repair the item (if you have a repair kit)
  • Link the item in chat
  • Mark an item as junk to sell later
  • Destroy an item
  • Split a stack of items, if applicable
  • Retrieve an item from your Craft Bag
  • Get Help for an item

The amount of items you can hold can be increased by speaking with a Bag Vendor at a cost of gold. You can upgrade your inventory up to eight times.

Craft Bag

If you have ESO Plus, you'll have access to the Craft Bag, which is an additional inventory section that doesn't count against your inventory limit. This holds an effectively unlimited number of all basic crafting supplies and materials! The Craft Bag icon appears as a bag with tools:

If you lose access to ESO Plus, don't worry, your items will remain in the bag and can be taken out and used as normal, but new ones will not be put in it.


Opening this tab will display all your current currencies including your Alliance Points (acquired through PvP), Gold, Writ Vouchers, and Tel Var Stones (acquired from the Imperial City DLC game pack). The Currency icon looks like some coins:


The Quickslot Radial Menu allows fast access to consumables and other items. The Quickslot menu looks like a lightning bolt:

To use the quickslot menu:


  1. Open the inventory.
  2. Click the “Quick Slot' icon on the top right.
  3. Drag items from the list on the right to the circular menu to slot them.

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You can choose which items to make primary by holding the ' Q' button. Then, highlight the item you want and release 'Q'. Once its slotted, simply hitting 'Q' will use the item.

Xbox One

  1. Open your Inventory.
  2. Highlight the item.
  3. Assign to a quickslot by pressing 'X' and selecting a position in the selection wheel

To use a quickslot item, hold ' D-pad up' to bring up the Quickslot Radial Menu, then select the default item with the left stick. This default item will be activated when you press 'D-pad up'.


  1. Open your Inventory.
  2. Highlight the item.
  3. Assign to a quickslot by pressing 'Square' and selecting a position in the selection wheel.

To use a quickslot item, hold ' D-pad up' bring up the Quickslot Radial Menu, then select the default item with the left stick. This default item will be activated when you press 'D-pad up'.

Buying, Selling, and Repairing

Some NPCs are merchants and by speaking with them, you can view, purchase items, sell items, or repair your damaged equipment. Select “ Buy', “Sell' or 'Repair' from store screen after visiting a shop to see its items or review your own for sale.

On PC/Mac, double-clicking an item buys or sells it, or you can right-click an item to buy, sell, or buy several of the same item. The buy option looks like a bag with a downward-facing arrow:

Using ' LB' or 'RB' on Xbox One, or 'L1' or 'R1' on PlayStation®4, will scroll through the options that allow you to buy, sell, or repair an item from a merchant. Additionally, using 'LT' or 'RT' on Xbox One, or 'L2' or 'R2' on PlayStation®4 change the item category.

If you accidentally sell an item you wanted to keep, you can get it back by accessing the “ buyback' tab. The buyback icon looks like a curving upwards arrow:

In addition, armor will lose durability as you're adventuring, and it will eventually need to be repaired. Selecting “repair' will allow you to view any of your damaged items and repair them. You can repair them individually, or all at once. You can also purchase repair kits, which allow you to repair items anywhere.

Elder Scrolls Online Increase Inventory Management


All of your characters (regardless of their Alliance) share a common bank that can be accessed through Bankers in large cities throughout Tamriel. You can also use Bankers to access your Guild bank!

You can upgrade your Bank space by talking to a Banker, costing you gold. You can upgrade it 18 times.

Crafting materials stored in your bank can be directly accessed at crafting stations.

Don't forget that if you ever have additional gameplay questions, you should navigate to the in-game Help menu for more information on the game's features and mechanics. In addition, you can visit the Players Helping Playerssection in the official ESO forums to talk to the ESO community or check out any of the player-made guides right here.

Elder Scrolls Online Increase Inventory Size