“My Bags Are Full” – Players Are Getting Sick Of Their Diablo 4 Characters’ Whining
Running out of space in your inventory in Diablo 4 can be frustrating, especially when your character won’t stop reminding you about it. This issue has been causing annoyance among players who are hearing their characters say things like “my bags are full” or “I can’t carry anymore” every time they approach a vendor in certain towns.
A Reddit user, Dillyoh87, recently raised the issue and asked if anyone else was experiencing the same bug. It seems to be a common problem with no official fix yet, but there are workarounds. Approaching the blacksmith or other shopkeepers will often trigger your character to say “My burden is too great” or a similar phrase. The bug has been reported multiple times on Diablo 4’s official forums since the game’s release in June, and while it’s not game-breaking, it’s a source of frustration for many players.
Fortunately, there is a solution for those who find the constant commentary irritating. You can turn off the alerts in-game by going to the Game Options menu, selecting Audio, and scrolling down to the last option. From there, you can either turn off the alerts completely or set them to “Simple,” which will stop your character from speaking to you but still keep the alerts active.
Despite this minor issue, Diablo 4 remains one of the most popular games of the year. Our reviewer, Emma Ward, gave it an 8.5 out of 10 and it has received high Metascores across various platforms ranging from 87 to 91.
If you’re looking for more tips and tricks for combat in Diablo 4, be sure to check out our article on the subject.
Running out of inventory space is always a bit of a bummer, but some Diablo 4 players are finding the problem only gets exacerbated when their characters won’t shut up about it, and they’re sounding off.
Reddit user Dillyoh87 recently brought up the topicsaying “Anyone else have their character say ‘my bags are full’ or ‘I can’t carry anymore’ when they approach a vendor in specific towns? Didn’t know if it was just me or if it’s a well known bug. Obviously doesn’t change anything, it’s just annoying lol.”
Based on a number of other people’s responses, it seems to be a common problem with no legitimate fix in sight, although there are workarounds (more on that below), as simply approaching the blacksmith or other shopkeepers will cause player characters to blurt out “My burden is too great” or another variation on that theme. The bug has been reported multiple times on Diablo 4’s official forums in the days since the game’s release at the beginning of June. While it’s true that the extra commentary coming from the player characters isn’t anything game-breaking, there seems to be a lot of players who are united in their frustration, or at the very least, annoyingly amused.
Fortunately, for anyone who’s irritated with the whiny banter popping up at unnecessary times, there is a fix available in game, and several people were quick to point it out. If you’re among that number, you can simply turn off the alerts. To do so, you’ll need to star by entering the Game Options menu, then choosing Audio and scrolling down to the bottom of the page, where the final option will give you the ability to either turn off the alerts altogether or set them to “Simple,” which will stop the character from speaking to you but will still keep the alerts active.
Despite that minor annoyance, Diablo 4 is still one on the biggest games of the year. Our Emma Ward enjoyed it, giving it an 8.5 of of 10, and it’s performing very admirably across the Internet as well, with MetaScores ranging from 87 to 91 across different platforms.
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