- Palworld players are calling for developer Pocket Pair to add furniture movement and foundation upgrades to the game’s building mechanics.
- The community is actively suggesting other improvements, such as a snap-to-position system and a check mark system for built objects.
- Base design and building is a major aspect of Palworld, and fans hope to see Pocket Pair expand on this feature in future updates.
Palworld players are calling for developer Pocket Pair to add some important features to the building mechanics of the game at some point in the future. The open-world game exploration, crafting, and capturing and battling monsters has just launched in early access, but it’s already attracted a major following and a passionate community. Indeed, Palworld is looking like a major success story in the making.
Despite only being out for less than a month, Palworld has a great Steam rating after almost 200,000 reviews. Of course, this doesn’t mean that the game is perfect, or that fans don’t have suggestions regarding possible improvements. As an early access title, Palworld is still under construction and subject to change and expansion. Now, some fans are creating a wishlist for things they’d like to see make it into the final version.
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On Reddit, a gamer going by Unhappy_Panic_1875 has posted a list of building features they’d like to see added to the game, and it’s receiving support from fellow fans. Specifically, the post calls for the ability to move furniture and the ability to upgrade an already built foundation. Other Redditors were quick to echo these requests and chime in with a few more of their own.
Palworld Players Want the Ability to Move Furniture, Upgrade Foundations, and Other Helpful Changes
In the post, Unhappy_Panic_1875 lamented the frustration of having to destroy furniture in order to place it someplace else and having to restart a base after acquiring a better foundation. Other fans shared these sentiments while also suggesting other improvements like a snap-to-position system, to make it easier to align multiple objects, or a check mark system to help players remember what object they’ve already built. None of these changes or additions made appearances in the new Palworld update released for Steam and Xbox this week, but many are certainly hoping that they’ll turn up in the near future.
Base design and building is a big part of the Palworld experience and a feature that separates it from similar titles like Pokemon. It’s also a feature that lots of players have been taking advantage of to remarkable effect. Recently, for example, a Palworld player created a cool bridge base in the game, and others have shared their own unique creations. Given how much fans have taken to this element of Palworld, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Pocket Pair listen to fans and expand on this feature in coming updates.
As Palworld moves through early access and approaches its official launch, the game is likely to receive many more updates and get plenty of new features to its base building and other parts of the game. Already, Palworld fans are asking for improvements to the Pal Essence Condenser and lots of other aspects of the title outside of building and design. Which features will get updates first remains to be seen, but there are clearly lots of players hoping to see base construction receive the bulk of the attention.
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.