As you know, in Dragon Age: Inquisition you can have only 60 items in your bag (some more with Inquisition Perks).

I just want to know if in Skyhold I can have a chest where I can put more items, like how we can do at the bonefire in Dark Souls 2.

I'd like to save Unique Items.


  • Just FYI, you can buy inventory space in the Inquisition Perks, under the Inquisition tab. If you're at Skyhold you should be able to buy it by then. Commented Dec 1, 2014 at 14:14
  • To add to the above comment, you can purchase this ability twice. Each time you gain 15 additional slots for a total of 30 additional slots which will bring your inventory total to 90.
    – k1DBLITZ
    Commented Dec 3, 2014 at 20:40

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Yes, patch 5 has added a storage mechanic to the game.

In the Undercroft of Skyhold, where you manage your weapons and armor, there is a chest where you can store up to 1000 items. You can only store weapons, armor, accessories and upgrades.

Prior to patch 5 at the beginning of March 2015, there was no storage mechanic in Dragon Age: Inquisition.

BioWare had confirmed on November 19, 2014 that they knew DA:I players were requesting the feature, but hadn't made any promises.

QA member Bryan Johnson:

"We have noticed this is a fan want. Not sure if it will happen, but it has been acknowledged we have seen it."

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