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How to Increase Storage Capacity in The First Descendant

Tired of dismantling?

The First Descendant has a lot of storage issues, even if you have them separated neatly. There are just too many items in the game. However, there are also several ways to increase your capacity. Here’s how you can increase your storage capacity in The First Descendant.

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How to Increase Your Storage Slots in The First Descendant

Your storage slots are usually the same as your equipment slots because you increase your storage slots by leveling up your Mastery Rank. Your Mastery Rank always increases your equipment and storage slots, which is the “free” method of increasing your storage and equipment capacity.

The premium way to increase your storage slots is to go to your storage box and interact with it. Look for the “Purchase Slots” tab and select it. It’ll bring up a window where you can purchase slots up to 1,000 slots. Each slot costs 25 Caliber, so it will take thousands of Caliber to max it out. You can get Caliber by purchasing it through the in-game shop. You can treat Caliber as the game’s premium currency.

There is another way to increase your storage slot, but it is by buying bundles from the in-game shop. Most bundles include permanent increases to equipment, storage, consumable, or even Descendant slots.

All Storage Types in The First Descendant

To make things clearer, here are the types of inventories you can have in The First Descendant:

  • Equipment Slots
  • Consumable Slots
  • Storage Slots
  • Module Slots

Equipment slots are like your backpack or your character’s carrying capacity. They only hold weapons, exclusive components, and Reactors.

Consumable slots hold materials and other consumable items. Storage slots hold the same things as your equipment slots but through a chest in the HQ. Modules are chip upgrades you equip to your Descendant; each module has its own storage. It is already maxed out to 1,000, so you don’t have to worry about this one.

How to Increase Capacity on Other Storage Types in The First Descendant

For equipment slots, you can go to your character menu and look below your external components. There is an equipment slot purchase button there, and it works the same way as the storage capacity. For consumable slots, go to the Consumable tab and look for the purchase slot button on the upper left side. It’ll also work the same way as the storage slot, and they all cost 25 Calibers per extra slot.

There are also bundles that offer these as bonuses. Most of these bundles are one-time offers, so you can’t increase your equipment and consumable slots much through them.

These bundles with these capacity increases don’t usually have Descendants bundled in them. If you have some limited Calibers, you should consider whether you want a new Descendant or get these bundles to improve your “convenience” in the game.

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Enzo Zalamea
Enzo is a staff writer at Prima Games. He began writing news, guides, and listicles related to games back in 2019. In 2024, he started writing at Prima Games covering the best new games and updates regardless of the genre. You can find him playing the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Path of Exile, Teamfight Tactics, and popular competitive shooters like Valorant, Apex Legends, and CS2. Enzo received his Bachelor's degree in Marketing Management in De La Salle University and multiple SEO certifications from the University of California, Davis.