In Baldur’s Gate 3, one of the ways you interact with things is to send them to wares. While it is not required that players add their things to wares, it can make inventory management a little easier. This guide will provide further information about this procedure and assist fans with a firm grasp of how wares work.
In Baldur’s Gate 3, wares are items that a player wishes to sell to a vendor. It is thus plausible for fans to consider the “add to wares” option to be functionally equivalent to the “mark as junk” functionality seen in many other RPGs, with a symbol appearing on things added to wares within a character’s inventory.
While labeling garbage with symbols makes it simpler to find helpful goods in a character’s inventory, this is not the primary reason to send stuff to wares. The main benefit of employing this function is that it allows BG3 players to sell all of their rubbish to a merchant with a single click.
Simply engage with a merchant, then switch to Barter by clicking the toggle at the top of the trading window, and then click “Sell Wares” in the bottom-left corner.
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How to Mark Items as Wares in BG3
There are three ways to mark items as wares, and they are as follows:
- Right-click on an item in the environment and select Pick Up and Add to Wares.
- Right-click on an item in inventory and select Add to Wares.
- Hold shift and left-click on an item in inventory.
Aside adding goods to wares, there are numerous ways to interact with them. Players, for example, may transport objects from the environment and their inventories to camp, which is an excellent approach to handle Camp Supplies.
There’s no reason for a Baldur’s Gate 3 character to take such goods about, and fans may discover any stuff delivered to camp in a Traveler’s Chest at the campground.
Players can also send objects to the inventory of other party members by right-clicking on them and selecting the appropriate option. This tool is not only utilized to equip BG3 party members with new gear, but it may also assist keep inventories organized.
That’s how to access wares in Baldur’s Gate 3 as I’ll see you in the next guide.
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