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How to Increase Inventory Space in V Rising

Have enough inventory space is crucial in a survival game like V Rising.

Like most survival games, inventory management can become tedious or greatly impact your ability to play the game. In V Rising, while managing items isn’t a huge issue in the later game, you can quickly fill up when you start out. Here’s how to increase inventory space in V Rising and increase your odds of survival.

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How to Obtain a Backpack and Expand Inventory Space in V Rising

Similar to other crafting recipes, bags are V Blood knowledge. You’ll need to kill the corresponding boss to unlock the recipe for each bag version.

While you don’t start your vampire journey with a backpack, there are a variety of versions that steadily add more inventory space. Crafted at the Leatherworking Station, they require different types of Tailoring materials to make. However, they greatly reduce the need for inventory management as the game progresses.

When beginning the game, you have 27 inventory slots plus the eight action bar spaces, though those are typically reserved for weapons and combat items. Having 27 spaces to fill may seem like a lot, especially with the high stack amounts, but you can quickly do so when initially building your castle, stockpiling resources, or exploring multiple regions in one go.

Inventory Upgrades

There are 18 additional inventory spaces that can be added by equipping a bag. Five different bags are unlocked as you play. These effects don’t stack. Each bag only does what that bag states, so having the Silver Thread Bag and the Leather Bag in your inventory doesn’t give you 17 slots. Once you equip your new bag you can equip the previous one to a servant or salvage it for parts.

  • Leather Bag: Adds +7 Inventory Slots.
    • Requires: x8 Leather, x8 Coarse Thread.
    • V Blood Boss: Lidia the Chaos Archer.
  • Silver Thread Bag: Adds +10 Inventory Slots, +200 Silver Coin Carry Immunity.
    • Requires: x12 Leather, x4 Wool Thread, x8 Silver Coin.
    • V Blood Boss: Christina the Sun Priestess.
  • Mountain Peak Bag: Adds +13 Inventory Slots, +300 Silver Coin Carry Immunity, +26 Max Health.
    • Requires: x12 Thick Leather, x4 Wool Thread.
    • V Blood Boss: Frostmaw the Mountain Terror.
  • Pristine Leather Bag: Adds +15 Inventory Slots, +400 Silver Coin Carry Immunity, +34 Max Health, +30% Resource Yield.
    • Requires: Unknown.
    • V Blood Boss: Willfred the Village Elder.
  • Unknown Bag: Adds +18 Inventory Slots.
    • Requires: Unknown.
    • V Blood Boss: Unknown.

Those are all the bags you can craft and equip. The final one is currently unknown, but does give you all 18 previously locked spaces.

That’s how to increase your inventory space in V Rising. For more on the different bosses, resources, or crafters check out our V Rising guides.


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Ashley, otherwise known as Glitchiee, is an avid gamer of RPGs, TTRPGS, farming sims, and survival crafting games. Playing since she can remember, she started on the SNES, GameBoy Color, and collection 1st gen Pokemon cards. Using her passion for gaming, she's written about games for a combined total of 2 years.