An essential part of the Death Stranding: Director's Cut experience is expanding and managing your inventory. Depending on how you choose to maintain the cargo in your backpack and its other inventory slots, Sam speed and posture will be affected. You can eventually acquire vehicles and exoskeletons to help increase your overall carry limit, but it's essential to understand the basics early on. Carrying too much is a major impediment, but it's essential to consider what and where on your character you're carrying things, as this has a significant impact on your ability to stay balanced and on two feet--failing to do so will cost you time and potentially reduce your rewards if your cargo goes crashing to the ground.
Below you can find everything you need to know about the basics of inventory management in Death Stranding, as well as a few handy tips to better deal with the challenges later on.
For more Death Stranding features, check out our in-depth beginner's guide and our gallery highlighting all the most significant celebrity cameos we've found so far. Even with all of the new gameplay and the introduction of Buddy Bots to aid Sam in his delivery quests, our walkthrough tips from the PS4 version of Death Stranding still remain relevant here.Continue Reading at GameSpot