Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — How to Increase Inventory Space

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom At the start of the game, inventory space is sparse. You won’t have much room for weapons or other items, but that’s not an immediate problem as early game gear breaks after just a few hits. As you progress and find more and better gear, you’ll either have to start giving up things or take some time to upgrade your gear DeadK Inventory. Find out how to do it.

How to expand storage space in Tears of the Kingdom

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There is only one way to increase your gear stash Zelda: Tears of the KingdomMission: Give Korok Seeds to Hestu, a larger, plump Korok with a pair of Magical Maracas.

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You’ll first find Hestu on a hill northwest of Lookout Landing. The closest landmarks are the New Serenne Stable southeast of Hestus Hill and the Lindor’s Brow Skyview Tower to the northwest. If you draw a line between these two points of interest, he’s right in the middle.

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Whichever direction you’re coming from, when you find Hestu he’s “guarded” by two Evermeans, evil trees that will attack you as soon as they see him. Defeat both of them by knocking them down with a bladed weapon, then talk to Hestu.

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While he’s here, he’ll boost your various supplies twice for one Korok Seed for the first upgrade and two for the second if you choose to upgrade the same supply twice. After leaving, he lands at Lookout Landing near the south entrance, where he will stay a little longer.

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Again, every time you expand a supply, the cost of Korok Seeds for that particular supply will increase by one, and after a while it will be two. You can expand more than a dozen times. So expect to pay 20+ Korok seeds for the final upgrades. It came as a shock to me when I first saw how expensive things were getting and thought about how annoying it can be to even get Korok Seeds.

How to spot Koroks and get Korok seeds in Tears of the Kingdom

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How breath of the wildThere are literally hundreds of hidden Koroks throughout Hyrule. While some of them are obvious enough, others lurk in the most remote corners, on mountaintops and at the ends of the earth. However, there are a few things you can do to make it easier to spot.

  • Look for something that’s obviously out of place. Most Koroks “hide” in plain sight, but you still need to know what to look for. As you travel through Hyrule, be on the lookout for things that don’t fit into the current geography. A cluster of stones in a strange formation, a single stone in a strange place, an object that has no reason to be where it is – all of these usually indicate a korok.
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  • Go to remote places. If a mountain or large structure is in sight, chances are there’s a Korok somewhere on it. Go to every peak, to the end of every peninsula, and everywhere else where you think nothing should be. These are the places where Koroks like to hide.
  • Use the map as a guide. As an extension of the above point, use your map to represent the environment around you. If there seems to be an odd area that has no reason to be there, or you are in a remote area and there is a feature that seems out of place, go there and maybe awaits you a Korok waiting for you.

Once you obtain a specific Korok Seed, a marker in the shape of the seed will automatically appear on your map, allowing you to track which seed you’ve found. Also, if you find a korok under a rock, drop the rock on the thing’s head at least once. It won’t harm them and it’s pretty funny. Helps me get over the frustration of hearing “Ya-ha-ha” for the 700th time anyway.

That’s about all you need to know about how to increase storage space The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The process is fairly simple, although collecting the Korok seeds you need is far from easy. If you need more help with the latest Zelda game, check out our guides how to use the horse drag harness, where to find Tulinand more inside our DeadK guides hub.

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John Rubble

John Schutt has been playing games for almost 25 years, starting with Super Mario 64 and ending with every genre under the sun. He spent nearly four years writing under the Xiant moniker for strategy and satirical site TopTierTactics, and somehow managed to find time in between all the gaming to get an MFA in creative writing. His specialty is action games, but his greatest love will always be roleplaying. Oh, and his avatar is, was and always will be a squirrel, a trend he’s been following for as long as he’s had a Steam account and for some time before that.

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