When you first step into the Warhammer 40k: Darktide co-op mission-based gameplay, you’ll get a rush of excitement from the chaos of it all. This will inevitably have you grinding for hours trying to obtain better loot, items, and weapons. As a result, you’ll quickly fill out your inventory with a bunch of items and weapons you don’t need or won’t use. That is why you should sell those items for profit and to save up space. So, keep reading to learn how to do so!
How to Sell Weapons in Warhammer 40k: Darktide
While you buy weapons from the Armory Exchange in Warhammer 40k: Darktide, there’s no option to sell them there. Instead, to get gold for old weapons or other items, you need to discard them. You can sell items pausing the game and then selecting the “Operative” tab. From here, select the “Loadout” tab in the top part of the screen to find your weapon and Curio slots. Clicking on either will bring you to the roster of weapons or Curio slots that are merely sitting in your inventory.
Once you’re in your weapons or Curio inventory, simply click on the weapon or item you want to get rid of. Now you should see a command prompt at the bottom of your screen to discard (X) the item or weapon you’ve selected. Once you’ve discarded the weapon, you’ll get some gold (Ordo Dockets) for doing so, and it will be gone forever. The same goes for Curio slots. There’s currently no way to backtrack after you’ve discarded a weapon, so be 100% sure you’ve selected the weapon you want to get rid of before discarding it.
Not only will selling weapons and other items grant you Ordo Dockets, but it will also save up space in your inventory. That’s why it’s essentially a win-win scenario when you do. Plus, selling weapons is crucial to obtaining more Ordo Dockets, which will help you purchase high-tier weapons and items faster. Thusly, making you more powerful and missions easier as a result.
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