At the core of The Division 2 is the loot. It’s plentiful, important and being able to manage the incoming piles of gear and weapons is key to a tidy collection in your inventory. As you play through the game you’ll find new pieces of gear that you want to equip. To make sure it’s providing the benefits you want, you can compare it against your current equipped gear by pressing the appropriate button. Once you’re happy with your equipment, you’ll probably want to get rid of the old stuff. You can individually deconstruct your unwanted items to get some crafting materials or sell them to a vendor if you’re in need of some credits. To speed up this process though, you can mark an item as junk by pressing the appropriate button and then either deconstructing all of the items from the inventory options menu or selling all of your junk at a vendor. If there’s a piece of equipment you absolutely love you can mark it as a favorite making it stand out in your inventory and it will also act as a safety against accidental deconstruction or selling. Don’t forget that you can also sort your gear based on different properties, for example you might want to have this set to item level while you’re on the journey to level 30. Your inventory will eventually get full so it makes sense to put your unneeded items in your stash for future use. You can move items while interacting with a stash in the Base of Operations in Settlements, at Safe Houses and in the Dark Zone Checkpoints. All you need to do is select the move to stash option. But make sure you apply the same inventory management tips we’ve shown here to your stash as well. It’s really easy to let the stash turn into a bit of a mess. Whether you just like having a tidy inventory or want to make sure that you don’t accidentally deconstruct your favorite gun, knowing all the tools at your disposal when it comes to inventory management will keep your arsenal running nice and smooth.