Pal World

Pal World Release Date

Pal world Release Date

From Pocket Pair, the developers behind survival craft game Craftopia comes Pal world, a monster collector shooter. It combines colony sim gameplay with survival-crafting and taming cute creatures called Pals that you can fight or train to be your sidekicks.

The intriguing ‘Pokemon with guns’ game will enter into early access on January 19th globally. Here’s when it will unlock for everyone and how to play it on PC, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S with Game Pass.

A Beginner’s Guide to Pal world

Pal world, the latest monster-taming and base building game from Pocketpair, has entered early access. We’ve compiled a beginner’s guide to help players get started in this open-world survival and crafting game.

Battle and capture creatures known as Pals using craftable Pal Spheres. Captured Pals can accompany players in the open world and be stationed at a player’s base to automate tasks like scavenging, mining and electricity generation.

Building a base

Building a base Pal world

Palworld is a wildly original, open world survival and crafting game that has received much attention since its release. The game’s comedic premise, featuring Pals equipped with firearms, has earned it the moniker of “Pokemon With Guns.” While there are many ways to play Palworld, one of the most important aspects is setting up and maintaining a base that functions as an efficient production center and home for your creatures.

A base in Palworld is a central hub that functions as your primary workspace, housing all of your crafting stations, defenses, and even storage for spare Pals that aren’t assigned to your party or base. Players can construct a base by constructing a Palbox, a special device that requires 1x Palladium Fragment, 8x Wood, and 3x Stone to build. Once crafted, the Palbox will create a safe radius around it for players to build structures in and also serves as the only fast travel point early on.

Once a base is built, players can assign Pals to work on their behalf through the Palbox. To do this, players must drag Pals out of the storage section of their Palbox and into the “Working on Base” section of the Palbox Management Menu. This will allow the selected Pal to begin working on your behalf at your base, which will increase your overall productivity and efficiency.

It is important to select a good location for a base in Pal world, as the game will often push you into new areas with more resources. If your initial choice isn’t ideal, moving a base is possible by deconstructing the Palbox and respawning it in a new location, but this can be time-consuming and can destroy all of your current bases, structures, and Pals in the process.

Farming & orchards

A wide open world of strange creatures and even stranger things to collect awaits in Pal world, but collecting them isn’t the only thing you need to do to thrive. Wood, ore and food must be gathered to power the forges and factories that help you survive in this survival crafting game, and the best way to do this is to put your Pals to work.

Pals can plant, water and gather crops to keep the Farm and Ranch at your base running smoothly. The first Pal you catch as part of the tutorial, Lamball, is a great choice for this, as its handiwork and transporting trait lets it collect materials and move them around, while its farming ability allows it to grow wheat and barley at your Ranch. This can then be turned into Bread and Fruits for food, or used at a crafting station to make weapon parts, gear and even the rarer Pal Spheres.

Other Pals can be assigned to the logging job, harvesting trees for Wood at your Ranch. Once you have enough, you can then use it to build structures like the Glider and the Ranch itself. Finally, there are also a few Pals that can be assigned to the gathering job, which automatically farms berries from the Berry Plantation at your Ranch.

The most important resource in Pal world, though, is Leather. Unlocked via the Technology tree, it’s a key ingredient for the crafting station at your base that unlocks Partner Skills for combat and other important adventuring tasks. It can also be gathered in the wild by Pals that have the Harvesting and Leatherwork traits, although this can take quite some time.

Mining & smelting

Mining smelting

Pals that harvest, mine and smelt can be crucial to a player’s progression in pal world. Not only do these Pals provide valuable materials, but they also help players achieve self-sufficiency by ensuring that their base can produce enough food to eat and a variety of crafting materials for armour repairs and more.

While there’s an overwhelming number of Pals to choose from, there are a few early standouts that can be especially useful for those just starting out. Lamball is one of the first Pals players encounter, and while it’s not very effective in combat, its farming, transporting and handiwork traits make it a great all-rounder for a player’s base. It can grow Berry Plantations (a key step in making a base food self-sufficient) and work the Crusher to convert stone into Palladium Fragments, which can be used to upgrade weapons.

Another early standout is Cattiva. While it might not be the most impressive of combat Pals, its mining trait allows it to smash up rocks, which can then be collected by other Pals or crafted at a Quarry. It can also help a player get up and running with smelting, as it works the furnace to reduce iron ore into iron ingots that can then be forged into tools.

As the player advances, more difficult-to-find metals like Ingots and Palladium Fragments will become increasingly vital for upgrading equipment. Thankfully, there’s an easy way to speed up the process – by building outposts near your metals sources that can serve as kilns and furnaces. This can cut processing time by up to a third, and is particularly useful for smelting iron, as the Burkina Faso-inspired method is more labour intensive than current methods and produces similar carbon dioxide emissions.


The base building and monster-catching in pal world is a hugely satisfying gameplay loop, but it can take up a lot of time. You need to constantly keep up with the work required to maintain your base and catch all those elusive Pals. Fortunately, there are ways to automate these tasks to free up your time for other activities. This guide will cover all the work that can be automated in pal world and how to best manage your Pals for efficient automation.

The easiest way to reduce the amount of manual labor required is by building a Logging Site and assigning your Pals with the Lumbering ability indicated by the tree icon. This will chop down trees automatically, reducing the need to manually collect the wood. Similarly, you can automate stone production by building a Mining Site and using Pals with the Mine capability indicated by the pickaxe. Medicine production can also be automated by assigning Pals with the Medicine Production ability indicated by the green bowl icon.

It’s important to note that if you don’t have the ability to produce medicine at your base, your Pals will eventually die. To prevent this, you should always have some medicines at your disposal, and it’s recommended that you keep a medicine chest nearby.

You can also automate food production by constructing a Farming Site and using Pals with the Planting or Harvesting capabilities indicated by the seeds and crops icons. This will allow your Pals to continue working at the factory even when you’re offline.

As for battling, it’s worth noting that each Pal has different strengths and weaknesses. You’ll get boatloads of experience for catching your first 10 Pals of the same species, but it won’t be as easy after that. You’ll need to carefully plan out your attacks and make sure to utilize type advantages.


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Palworld is a multiplayer-centric survival crafting game that features player-versus-player combat and co-op play. The open-world consists of islands populated by creatures known as Pals, whom players can weaken by fighting or capture using craftable “Pal Spheres.” Captured Pals can be brought along on explorations (up to five at a time), or stationed at bases to assist with various tasks like scavenging, cooking, farming, and work suitability, depending on their species. As the game progresses, Pals can be leveled up by feeding them and will eventually unlock a new passive skill that is revealed upon capture.

The Xbox Store and Steam versions of the game support online four-player co-op at launch, though there’s no split screen or local multiplayer. Pal world supports dedicated servers that can hold up to 32 players, and the developers intend to introduce tools for hosting your own server in the future.

To join a friend’s game in Pal world, simply use the Invite Code in the Options menu while inside their world. This will reveal a unique code that you can copy and paste to the Friends tab in the Options menu of your own world. Alternatively, you can enter the code in the World Settings menu of your multiplayer world to join the session.

Players can also create a world specifically for multiplayer and share the game’s initial tutorial by selecting Multiplayer from the World Type menu in the World Selection screen. In addition to playing online, there’s a separate single-player mode that allows players to explore the map and set up a base of their own. However, players can’t access their multiplayer worlds while in single-player mode, and all the items you build and collect in a multiplayer world will be lost upon exiting the session.

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