A lucky Palworld player catches the high-level Water and Dragon-type Pal, Jormuntide, despite having an extremely low chance of doing so.
A lucky Palworld player has caught a Jormuntide despite only having a 0.03% to do so. Pocketpair’s Palworld has become a worldwide sensation since its recent early access release on Steam and Xbox Game Pass and is quickly surpassing concurrent player counts with every passing day thanks to a gameplay loop that blends the survival and monster-catching genres in a way that most fans find satisfying.
One of the game’s main attractions is the number of Pals in Palworld, which can be found in specific biomes across the sprawling Palapagos Island. Some of these Pals are extremely powerful and often require players to have some of the best Pal Spheres before they can even attempt to capture them. However, sometimes, Palworld players can get extremely lucky.
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This was the case for Reddit user SnekGT, who shared a short video of them capturing a level 45 Jormuntide with full health in a Mega Pal Sphere, the second weakest capturing device in Palworld. The video opens up with the level 16 player attempting to capture Jormuntide, with the Pal understandably escaping. However, the determined player kept trying and was rewarded for their perseverance.
Palworld Player Catches Jormuntide
SnekGT’s post was well received on the game’s subreddit, where other users congratulated the player on their lucky catch while some marveled at the fact that it is possible to slide in Palworld. This rare feat shows that the game is one that encourages player freedom, and while some tasks are challenging, they are not impossible.
This high level of freedom is one of the reasons why gamers have flocked to the title, causing Palworld to break yet another concurrent player milestone. Pocketpair has indicated that it plans to support Palworld for the foreseeable future by releasing a road map that promises several highly requested features, such as PvP. With the game being in its early stages, along with these upcoming changes, it will certainly be interesting to see what other lucky feats players are able to accomplish in the future.
Pocket Pair’s Palworld is a creature-collection game set in an open-world. Entering early access on January 19, 2024, the project blends survival, building, farming, monster breeding, and shooter elements.
- January 19, 2024
- Pocket Pair, Inc.
- Pocket Pair, Inc.
- Number of Players
- 1-4 (Co-Op); 32 Players Server Limit