- Palworld, an adventure game that combines monster-catching, battling, exploration, and building, is already gaining a fan base and achieving milestones even in its early access stage.
- A player in Palworld created an impressive medieval castle base in the game, showcasing the design possibilities and variety offered by the game.
- The sheer amount of base-building options in Palworld distinguishes it from similar games and contributes to its unique experience.
A Palworld player has created a base in the game that looks like a huge medieval castle. The new title that blends monster-catching, battling, exploration, and building has just entered early access, and it’s already inspiring gamers to do and craft amazing things. Palworld may still be under construction, but it’s clearly giving fans lots of tools and options in its unfinished condition.
Despite being brand new and in early access, the adventure game from Pocket Pair is already building a fan base and wracking up achievements. Palworld passed 2 million concurrent Steam players this week, and many of those players are already testing the limits of their skills and showing off their accomplishments online. For some, those accomplishments are focused primarily on building and design.
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On Reddit, a fan going by EmeraldN777 has shared images of the castle base they built in the game, and the results are impressive. Looking like something from medieval fantasy, the castle sits on a small island surrounded by mist and features stone walls, multiple towers, and statutes decorating the premises. The overall effect is a beautiful base that most players would likely be glad to inhabit.
A Medieval Castle for a Palworld Base
Fellow Reddit users were quick to celebrate the creation, praising its design and the work it took to finish it. Some noted a similarity to the castle from Mario 64, while one saw the influence of the classic cartoon Thunder Cats. Whether one sees a cartoon, video game, or historical design, most can agree that the final result is impressive. This certainly isn’t the first instance of an incredible base created by a player in Palworld, but it will surely make the list of those worthy of being remembered.
The design of this castle, compared with the various locations in the game and other player creations, speaks to the variety Palworld has to offer. Recently, a Palworld player began building the Shiganshina District from Attack on Titan, which has an anime style, while others have created more realistic bases. Developer Pocket Pair has endeavored to give its fans as many different options as possible for design.
The sheer amount of base-building options is one thing that separates this title from similar games. While there are some big differences between Palworld and Pokemon, they can’t help but draw some comparisons. Bases like this castle help show how Palworld is a unique experience.
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.