Revolutionize Your Inventory Management with Baldur's Gate 3 'Bags Bags Bags' Mod

James Walsh


Revolutionize Your Inventory Management with Baldur's Gate 3 'Bags Bags Bags' Mod

Baldur's Gate 3 has been experiencing a surge in its modding community, with various mods being created to improve gameplay. One of these, created by the Nexus Mods user Liareth, has particularly caught the attention of players. The mod, aptly named 'Bags Bags Bags', aims to improve the game's inventory management system by adding 21 new containers, some of which support auto stacking of items.

The 'Bags Bags Bags' mod brings a significant change to the inventory management mechanics of Baldur's Gate 3. It includes several containers that automatically collect certain items upon looting, much like the Alchemy Bag in the base game. These new containers are added to the Nautiloid tutorial chest and players can obtain them at no cost. If players happen to miss these or they've already progressed beyond the starting point, they have the option to purchase these from Arron, a vendor NPC available at Druid Grove in Act 1, or Danthelon, available at Wyrm's Crossing, just outside Baldur's Gate, in Act 3.

The mod includes auto stack containers for various items such as arrows, books, grenade satchel, poisons, potion pouch, and scroll case. This feature significantly eases the process of managing your inventory, making the game more immersive and less tedious.

The 'Bags Bags Bags' mod is a welcome addition to the world of Baldur's Gate 3 mods. By offering a more efficient and user-friendly inventory management system, it enhances the gameplay experience. Whether you are a seasoned player or a newbie to the game, this mod will definitely transform how you manage your inventory, making it a must-have in your mod collection.

We would love to hear your experience with the 'Bags Bags Bags' mod. Has it improved your gameplay? What other mods would you recommend for Baldur's Gate 3? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.