Palworld has reached the milestone of 12 million units sold on Steam for PC, as well as 7 million players on Xbox platforms – for a total of 19 million users worldwide. The title also broke a record and became the third most downloaded game on Xbox Game Pass – among games not made by Microsoft itself and its studios. It is worth noting that Palworld arrived on January 19 in Early Access format on Xbox Series The title combines Pokémon and Minecraft into a first-person survival adventure.
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Palworld is celebrating download numbers in the short time since its first launch, especially as it is a paid game. The title is available on Steam for R$88.99 or R$112.45 on Xbox. But anyone who subscribes to Xbox Game Pass can download the title at no additional cost.
Palworld is produced by Pocketpair studio, which was also responsible for 2020's Craftopia. Today the studio remains independent, but they are working in partnership with Xbox to release Palworld on their consoles. Xbox, in turn, promised to provide support for the access of servers dedicated to the game, among other improvements and enhancements that players should receive soon.
Over the next few weeks, Pocketpair promises to celebrate Palworld's download numbers, including fixing more significant bugs, improvements to creature AI, the inclusion of multiplayer boss raids, cross-play between the Steam and Xbox versions, as well as more content. Map area – such as additional islands, new creatures, and technologies that the player can use to their advantage.
In Palworld, you can build a character from scratch and start living in a world full of pals, as collectible creatures are called. You can capture a friend and run them around your farm or factory, as well as collect mini-monsters to use in battles. Palworld is a third-person shooter game that uses an open world with free exploration.
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