- Palworld’s new early access game offers players the freedom to build impressive bases, as evidenced by a player who spent 8 hours constructing a remarkable base in the game.
- The game distinguishes itself from Pokemon by offering unique features such as designing and building capabilities, expanding the player’s experience beyond creature-catching and battling.
- The impressive player creations in Palworld’s early access stage showcase the potential and creativity of the game, generating optimism and a growing fan base for its future success.
A Palworld player took 8 hours to construct an amazing base in the game, and now they’re showing it off. Developer Pocket Pair’s new title just entered early access, and fans are already testing the limits of what they can accomplish in this new world. So far, it seems Palworld offers the freedom to do some amazing things.
The open-world adventure game has drawn comparisons to Pokemon to the point where the Pokemon Company issued a statement regarding Palworld and its similarities to the classic monster-catching battling game. These comparisons are, arguably, oversimplifications, however, as Palworld does offer some unique features apart from giving its cuddly creatures guns. Notably, Palworld includes designing and building features that dramatically expand the experience. Now, one diligent player is showing just how far these features can be pushed.
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On Reddit, a Palworld player going by Jaaguri has shared a picture of the new base they built in the game and its design and scale is quite awe-inspiring. The base features a stone wall in a perfect circle which surrounds and protects a network of buildings. Adding to its defense and style, the base is located on a grassy plateau and surrounded by trees. All together, this makes for a remarkable establishment, especially when viewed from the air.
Palworld Bases Shows What’s Possible in the Game
In the post, Jaaguri explains that it took 8 hours to finish the project and, according to responses on the post, it was definitely worth the effort. Multiple Redditors had praise for the base, with one comparing it to the walled city of Attack on Titan. This isn’t the first impressive base to be built in the game or even the first one to draw comparisons to the popular anime. Recently, a Palworld player started building Attack on Titan’s Shiganshina district in the game, for example. Still, this new design managed to make an impression and has some users talking about the sheer pleasure of building in Palworld as well as debating different strategies and challenges.
Even in early access, bases like Jaaguri’s show the potential of Pocket Pair’s new game. There’s already hope and speculation regarding how Palworld’s base-building can be expanded before its official launch, and recent player creations demonstrate that it has a great start to build on.
It’s not surprising, given the passion and creativity it’s sparking in its growing community, that Palworld has earned an impressive Steam rating after almost 200,000 reviews. At the moment, it seems this early access title is giving plenty of cause for optimism about its future. It’s already built a large fan base that’s sharing amazing creations online. This is an important step on the road to success. Gamers will likely want to see where Palworld goes from here.
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.