Arkane Studios’ latest gem, Prey, takes us to an eerie, space-bound sci-fi setting, where we battle a terrible alien collective called the Typhon. You’ll need every tool possible to get through Talos-I alive, and so your inventory acts as one of if not the most important feature of your adventure.
Prey‘s inventory relies on a unique grid-like system, and you’ll need to ensure you manage it effectively so as to ensure you have space for important tools, weapons, and minerals. Our recycling guide will take you through an important gameplay feature, in which you recycle unwanted items and materials to create important materials using the recycler. It’s a very important gameplay feature.
Inventory space is limited, and while recycling will give you important crafting materials without taking up additional inventory room, it’s still important to look for ways to increase the space you have available to you.
We’ve already covered Neuromods and abilities, so you should have a rough idea of how upgrades work in Prey. Once you do, you should be able to take advantage of an ability tree that will grant you additional inventory space.
The three upgrades are. Suit Modification I, II, and III. Let’s take a look at each, the cost, and what they offer.
Suit Modification I
This allows the installation of two additional chipsets, and also boosts the total number of inventory slots available.
Required: Repair I
Suit Modification II
This allows the installation of two additional chipsets, bringing the total to six, and also boosts the total number of inventory slots available.
Required: Repair Suit Modification I
Suit Modification III
This allows the installation of two additional chipsets, bringing the total to eight, and also boosts the total number of inventory slots available.
Required: Repair Suit Modification II