Quick Looting is a system that will be introduced with the Winter Update 2017 to make looting faster and more effective. In order to organize your loots, players will be able to manage their loot Containers and assign them to different categories of items, e.g. default, Gold and Creature Products. Items picked up via Quick Looting are automatically sorted between these containers. The item categories are basically the same used by the Market and the Cyclopedia:
|Gold||Helmets and Hats||Weapons: Ammo|
|Creature Products||Runes||Weapons: Wands|
Containers assigned to at least one category will display an icon on top of them. Hovering the cursor over it will show you its assigned categories.
Quick Looting is comprised of two features which are always active and can be used simultaneously.
The Loot All feature sends all the items inside a creature's corpse to the corresponding loot containers once the corpse is clicked. The mouse button and key (if used) combination can be changed on the Options menu and also depends on the player's mouse preset. You can also add items to the Accepted Loot (white) or Skipped Loot (black) lists to use along the Loot All option. When using the Accepted Loot mode, only the selected items will be looted. On the other hand, when using the Skipped Loot mode, all items but those selected will be looted. Items can be added or removed from the lists using the Cyclopedia or simply by right-clicking on them, which also works for items not on the Cyclopedia.
Currently these are the possible mouse button and key combinations available:
- Classic Controls
- Left click - When using this option, your character will loot the corpse instead of walking over it.
- Right click - When using this option, your character will loot the corpse instead of opening it.
- ⇧ Shift + Right click- This option does not change any default control but is less practical.
- Regular Controls
- ⇧ Shift + Right click
- Left-Smart Controls
- Alt + Left click
The Loot Click feature makes moving items from the corpse to the corresponding containers easier, simply by left-clicking them, instead of dragging.