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  • NickG2002
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    Please add some more functionality to the inventory, where I'm at right now its incredibly frustrating at times.

    Once you've obtained most of the armors in the game, as I have, it can become incredibly frustrating trying to switch between armor sets, especially if you've upgraded most of them or obtained them out of order. Here's some possible solutions that I thought of for this issue:

    1. Allow us to store our armors in Ravensthorpe, or hide them from the menu. Origins and Odyssey both had systems in place for cleaning up the inventory menu. Origins allowed us to hide gear that we weren't using with a toggle in the menu for each gear type. Odyssey's legendary gear, like Valhalla's gear, could not be dismantled or sold, however Odyssey had storage on the Andrestia that allowed the player to remove it from the inventory when not being used. Bringing back one or both of these features would make the armor menus much easier to look through, and would allow us to remove armor sets that we don't use or like.
    2. Allow us to sort the menus alphabetically. It can be incredibly frustrating trying to find gear in the menu when its all jumbled up, especially since the only two sorting options are Last Looted and Upgrade Level, which are not helpful if all your armor is upgraded to the same level or you don't remember when you looted a piece of gear. Honestly I'm disappointed that alphabetical sorting wasn't already in the game at launch.


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