- Palworld’s release has been a huge success, attracting over 19 million players in less than a month.
- Some players are creating incredibly detailed and unique structures, such as an impressive prison-like base built in the desert.
- Other examples of impressive base design include a tower base with a beautiful view and a pirate ship built on floating ruins in the water.
A Palworld player has recently created an amazing base with a unique design in the game’s desert. Palworld’s release was a huge hit, as the game reached over 19 million players in less than a month, and some of the bases these gamers have created are incredible.
Creating and managing bases are among the most important tasks in Palworld. Bases are vital for storing Pals, putting them to work, and crafting items, so they’re a central part of the gameplay loop. Despite their importance, most bases in Palworld are somewhat simple and more focused on utility rather than elegance. However, some players are already building incredibly detailed structures and sharing them online.
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Now, one Palworld player called Drix_The_Gamer has shared the surprisingly creative base they made in the desert. Drix_The_Gamer’s base stands out because it looks like a huge multi-story prison made of metal. Instead of building several structures that end up looking like a camp or a farm, they focused on a single construction. This was an interesting idea, and the prison-like design combined well with the desert aesthetics. While Drix_The_Gamer did not disclose the exact location of the base, the hand of the giant Anubis statue can be seen in the background of the picture, meaning it’s based in the Twilight Dunes, near the area where the Alpha Anubis can be found.
Palworld Player’s Desert Base
Drix_The_Gamer is far from the only Palworld player who built an amazing base, though. Recently, another gamer created their Palworld base on top of a tower in the No Man’s Trail region. This beautiful construction had several buildings on it and an amazing vista of the Astral Mountains. The player found a really good spot for the base, as the area was essentially immune to raids because the invaders would simply not be able to reach it. Also, the construction was made on a spot where four chests with possibly valuable items often spawned.
Some days ago, another player decided to build a pirate ship in Palworld. This player discovered that Palworld has some floating ruins inside the water, which can be built upon. So, they devised a whole base styled as a pirate ship on top of these ruins, using wood structures to create most of it. While the ship did not have plenty of space, it looked really detailed, and it was another example of how creative players can get when building bases.
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.