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  • MR.OPERATOR.
    Original poster 24 posts

    Hi,
    Can we expect some changes to the way the game handles items in the inventory? I mean:

    1. Runes are stored one by one instead of one slot with all the same runes (i. e. there are 10 runes of life in 10 slots instead of 1 slot with 10 runes of life).
    2. Majority of quest items are not removed from the inventory after the completion of certain quests. I have so many of them: Burgred's offer, Aelfred's orders, daggers that belonged to daughters of Lerion, and many many more, even a map from Dugr (or something like that - the Jotun from Utgard's fighting pit)...
    3. Some collectibles have not been removed from my inventory: few revenge notes, Ornir's key, Ochre cave key, Eatun barn key, etc.


    These issues have already been reported several times and I wonder if dev team actually is going to do anything about it. Although I really enjoy AC Valhalla in general, I think this game has one of the worse inventory managament I've seen so far. Consider:

    1. BUG FIX: Fixing quest items and some collectibles so that they are removed from the inventory after meeting the criteria;
    2. QOL: Allow to stack runes in single slot with the number, you know: as all other items....
    3. QOL: Sort items in the inventory, so that they do not appear in the order they were looted but rather alphabetically / alphanumerically. Example: I wan't to read Rigsogur once I collect all pages but in order to do this I will have to find all (10?) pages manually, which considering the amount of items, may take same time. Sorting would help.
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