Selling and buying items from vendor in Gray Zone Warfare.
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How to Get More Storage Space in Gray Zone Warfare

Here's how to get more storage in Gray Zone Warfare by increasing your Locker and Secure Lockbox sizes.

Gray Zone Warfare is an MMO open world featuring a PvEvP and PvE mode and an extraction shooter similar to Tarkov and Call of Duty Warzone 2.0. One aspect of this genre is the ability to extract from the map while having specific items, weapons, and gear in your inventory to improve your character and complete missions. However, Gray Zone Warfare’s two storage solutions, your Locker and Secure Lockbox, have limited spaces, making storing many items extremely difficult. In addition, knowing how to increase the size of these storage containers isn’t made extremely clear. Here’s how to get more storage space in Gray Zone Warfare by increasing your Locker and Secure Lockbox sizes.

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How to Increase Locker Size in Gray Zone Warfare

Looting items from slain enemy in Gray Zone Warfare.
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Per Madfinger Games, you can increase the size of your Locker without having to spend real-life money sometime after Early Access is over. Right now, the different game editions you can purchase during Early Access provide different Locker Sizes. The only way to increase Locker Sizes is by buying the higher-cost versions of the game

With the way extraction shooters work, you may immediately think the more inventory space you have, the better. However, since you can upgrade your current game version at any time, I recommend starting with whatever version is most cost-effective for you and then upgrading as needed. 

Here are the different Locker sizes for each version of Gray Zone Warfare:

Game EditionLocker Size
Standard10×25
Tactical10×35
Elite10×45
Supporter10×60

How to Increase Secure Lockbox Size in Gray Zone Warfare

Completing missions in Gray Zone Warfare.
Image via Madfinger Games

Madfinger Games confirmed on an X post that you can increase the size of your Secure Lockbox during the Early Access period by completing specific in-game quests. Being able to do this is different from the Locker Size, and it should give some relief to players who like to unlock content via progress in-game instead of paying for it. To do so, you must complete quests during Early Access, which allow you to obtain upgrades that increase the size of your Secure Lockbox. However, if you do plan on purchasing the Elite or Supporter versions of Gray Zone Warfare, your Secure Lockbox will be bigger.

Here are the different Secure Lockbox sizes for each version of Gray Zone Warfare

Game EditionSecure Lockbox Size
Standard2×2
Tactical2×2
Elite3×2
Supporter3×3

Now that you know how to get more storage in Gray Zone Warfare by increasing your Locker and Secure Lockbox sizes, you can extract more loot quickly to improve your character and complete quests. Check out our Gray Zone Warfare hub for additional guides like system requirements for optimal gameplay to help get you started during early access.


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