- A Palworld player recommends building exit ramps in bases to quickly and efficiently leave the base and travel some distance, providing an alternative way to bypass enemies.
- Building and upgrading Palworld bases is crucial for mass-producing high-level items and materials, but they also serve as forward camps for exploration. However, bases can be periodically attacked, so having the ability to quickly exit can be advantageous.
- Palworld has gained popularity as a surprise hit, blending monster-catching and survival genres to create a satisfying gameplay loop. Despite some issues and bugs, the developer is committed to improving the game and has a roadmap to add popular features requested by the community.
A Palworld player has built a giant ramp to exit their base and recommends that other gamers follow suit. Palworld has become 2024’s first surprise hit and has captivated gamers worldwide. Most players have found that the Pocketpair hit blends the monster-catching and survival genres to create a satisfying gameplay loop.
Palworld players can only build one base at the beginning of the game but can unlock a second one as they level up the first. One integral feature of the game is learning how to build and upgrade Palworld bases to become optimized to mass-produce end-game-level items and materials using Pals eventually. However, besides being a way to get materials, items, and food, bases also serve as a forward camp that allows players to explore the Palpagos Island step by step. These bases can be attacked periodically by various wild Pals and NPCs, and in the early game, players will only have access to a few defensive features. So often, the worst-case scenario, which is a player’s facilities being severely damaged, ends up happening. As such, being able to exit a base quickly can be a plus.
Palworld Trick Helps Keep Your Entire Base Lit at Night
A Palworld fan finds a new way to keep their base permanently lit without needing to relight torches, solving one of the game’s more annoying tasks.
Exit Ramps Are A Great Addition to Bases
One Palworld player, going by the handle goochballz, has found that adding an exit ramp to their base allows them to not only leave their base fast but also travel some distance. The player shared to the Palworld subreddit a video of them running up some wooden stairs and across a platform before sliding and opening up their glider to soar past the Mammorest boss found in the beginning area of the game. While in most cases the high-leveled Pal does not attack unless it is injured first, this is a good way of getting past the creature without engaging them.
The post was well-received in the subreddit, earning 7.3k upvotes in less than a day. Some other users in the thread noted that this was an excellent way to prevent Pals from being reloaded in bases when fast traveling. Many players consider this to be a frustrating bug in Palworld, as Pals can be unassigned from their tasks when the player fast travels or reloads into the game. After this happens, players have to go around and then manually reassign Pals to their various tasks, from cooking to even smelting ores.
The game has had some issues since it launched, with Palworld crashing on Xbox as often as every 20 minutes for some players. For the most part, Pocketpair has been releasing patches to improve stability and bugs. However, with the game being an early access title, it may take some time for Pocketpair to properly optimize it.
Despite these issues, Palworld has quickly topped the charts and has even become one of Steam’s most popular games. With its released roadmap planning to add several popular features that the community has been asking for, Pocketpair is seemingly committed to improving Palworld.
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