World of Warcraft: Dragonflight will allow inventory stacking of up to 1000 profession items

World of Warcraft’s upcoming expansion, Dragonflight, is here to surprise everyone. Not only does it promise a lot, but aside from the new class and content coming to the game, we’ll get to see other side improvements, such as the opportunity to stack more items in your inventory. A sort of an uncapped inventory when it comes to specific items.

It was about time we saw something pleasant, dear, and quite welcoming arriving to World of Warcraft. Everyone has been struggling with their inventory keeping many consumables, profession items, and whatnot else. They’ve been pushed to manage their private space by enlarging their bank or using the guild bank, which is not the most desired option. Not to mention, it builds up to healthy privacy.

Without further ado, take a look at the changes to profession items coming in World of Warcraft Dragonflight below:

  • Consumables like Gems, Enchants, Cauldrons, Potions, Phials, Food, and Sharpening Stones will now collect and support a stack of 200.
  • Profession Materials like Ores, Herbs, Gemstones, Meat, and others will collect and support a stack of 1000.
  • These changes also support vials that are needed for Alchemy recipes.
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