Outwards Definitive Edition: Top 5 Backpacks to Use

Want to know which backpacks are the best to use in Outward Definitive Edition? Check out this guide to find out!

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Outward Definitive Edition is a great open-world RPG where you can explore different lands, fight off against fearless monsters and even loot hidden areas to collect valuables. During your looting in this game, you will eventually run out of item slots. That is why a great backpack is required for you to be efficient at your work!

This guide will show you the best 5 backpacks in Outward Definitive Edition.

Top 5 Backpacks to Use – Outwards Definitive Edition

Mefino’s Trade Backpack

This great backpack has a capacity of 110 storage slots and you can obtain it quite easily. With this backpack, you can loot dungeons easily due to the great storage capacity.

There aren’t many special features for this backpack, only the high storage capacity and how easy it is to get it.

Boozu Hide Backpack

This buffalo head backpack is an easy-to-get item and it has some cool features with it.

Here are the following effects that the Boozu Hide Backpack has to offer:

  • Effects: No Dodge Interference
  • Capacity: 75
  • Inventory Protection: 2
  • Corruption Protection: 10%

With this backpack you can dodge attacks just as quickly as you would be without a backpack, making you agile in fights.

Brass-Wolf Backpack

This backpack is slightly harder to get inside the Sand Rose Cave. For many players this area can be challenging at the start, but once they get deeper and deeper into the cave, challenges will no longer be a problem.

The Brass-Wolf Backpack offers the following stats:

  • Protection: 2
  • Capacity: 75
  • Inventory Protection: 15

Mages and melee damaging classes can wear this backpack to be more protected and last much longer in battles due to the protection.

For tanking characters, this is by far the best choice.

Brigand’s Backpack

This backpack is only available in Caldera, an easily obtainable piece of equipment with great effects that can help you deal more damage and dodge enemy attacks quick and easy.

The Brigand’s Backpack has the following stats:

  • Effects: No Dodge Interference & Cannot Attach Lanterns
  • Capacity: 70
  • Inventory Protection: 2
  • Damage Bonus: 15%

There is a great damage bonus with this backpack. Many high tier players will use this backpack just so they get a higher DPS.

The only downfall of this backpack is that you cannot attach lanterns to it, not allowing you to light up dark areas.

Zhorn’s Hunting Backpack

This backpack is great for many reasons. The main reason is the fact that you have a -10% stamina cost, allowing you to last much longer anywhere. Exploring, fighting, and even running away from areas can be done easy.

Beefy characters can use this backpack to conserve their stamina as well as mages can also use it to convert stamina into mana if they need to.

The Zhorn’s Hunting Backpack comes with the following effects, they are:

  • Capacity: 85
  • Preservation Amount: 50%
  • Inventory Protection: 2
  • Stamina Cost: -10%

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