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One of the biggest issues for Diablo 4 players is where to store precious items looted after long hours of farming enemies. Here’s how to increase your stash space in Diablo 4 Season 1.

Diablo 4 has a lot of loot to collect across Sanctuary’s map in Season 1. After the main campaign, some unique items are better kept in the players’ stash, the place where they can store everything they don’t want to salvage or sell.

However, stash space can fall short when trying to get all special items in Diablo 4. Luckily, there’s an easy way to increase your stash space in-game that will let you store everything you don’t want to carry around.

Here’s how you can increase your stash space in Diablo 4.

What is the stash in Diablo 4?

Diablo 4 Lilith

You’re going to collect numerous items throughout Diablo 4 Season 1.

Diablo 4‘s stash is a private chest where you can store items or materials while you’re out completing quests in Sanctuary. Since you’ll find that Diablo 4’s map is filled with powerful objects that can help you with different quests and boss fights, it’s important to have a place to save your items for later.

Remember that everything you carry in Diablo 4 is at risk of losing durability if you get killed while carrying them. They also stop your characters’ ability from grabbing other items once your inventory is full.

Where is the stash located in Diablo 4?

Diablo 4’s Sanctuary has a stash for every major town throughout the game. The first stash location in Diablo 4 is located in Kyovashad. You’ll find your chest in one of the upstairs bedrooms in the Inn, opposite the wardrobe you can use to transmog gear.

Don’t worry if you saved something in a stash in Dry Steppes that you want to retrieve in Hawezar. All chests share the same storage space, and you can find your items wherever you are.

Here’s every stash location in Diablo 4:

  • Dry Steppes: Kotama Grasslands
  • Dry Steppes: Fields of Hatred
  • Fractured Peaks: Desolate Highlands
  • Hawezar: The Writhing Mir
  • Hawezar: Umir Plateau
  • Kehjistan: Southern Expanse
  • Kehjistan: Fields of Hatred
  • Scosglen: Emerald Chase

How to increase stash space in Diablo 4

Diablo 4 Kyovashad stash

You can use your map to track the stash chest you’ve already used in Diablo 4.

Diablo 4 players can increase their stash by adding another tab by clicking the “+” sign placed under the stash tab, which will ask you to spend 100,000 gold to add an additional 50 slots.

Diablo 4 offers a way to increase your stash space, although you’ll need to save plenty of gold to unlock it. Keep in mind that you can do this up to three times.

How to use mule characters in Diablo 4?

Diablo 4 Barbarian

Mule characters are the ones you’ll just be going to use for their inventory space in Diablo 4.

There’s another way of stashing items in Diablo 4 by using “mule” characters. Since players are given ten character slots in Diablo 4 Season 1, you can use the characters you’re not utilizing as “mules” and equip them with items you want to keep.

Remember that every account shares one stash, but this won’t stop you from using all 33 slots of your other characters’ inventory.

If you want to know more about what happens in Diablo 4 Season 1, check out these guides below:

All Diablo 4 Dungeons with side quests | All Diablo 4 Altars of Lilith locations | Diablo 4 ending explained | How to upgrade healing potions in Diablo 4 | How to fast travel in Diablo 4 | All classes in Diablo 4 |

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