Online retailer AliExpress is currently selling Palworld costumes that are far more horrifying than appealing. Combining shooting, creature capture, survival, and building into one game, Palworld has taken the gaming world by storm as one of the first major hits of the year, but these AliExpress costumes are more like a warped, nightmare version of the titular Pals.
Palworld was released in early access back in January, quickly becoming a hit on both PC and Xbox consoles. After some initial controversy due to being compared to Pokemon, the game continues to set itself apart with its mechanics and dynamic gameplay. Pocketpair's game may share some similarities with Pokemon at first glance, but overall, the game's embrace of open world survival and combat allows it to stand on its own. From the adorable creatures, known as Pals, to the in-depth building, Palworld ticks off a lot of boxes for many gamers. However, this popularity also means outside parties may want to capitalize on the game's success, and AliExpress has made a nightmarish attempt at this.
The AliExpress costumes offer the choice between four different Pals, but the execution of these costumes resemble something out of a horror movie instead of representing the game. The costumes are morph suits that come with headpieces that attempt to resemble a buyer's preferred Pal. One of the draws of Palworld is the art design behind the Pals, but seeing them in this light is so twisted that it's hard not to find the costumes both freakish and hilarious.
For fans who are interested in owning a strange, but funny, piece of Palworld merch, the costumes are currently on AliExpress for $18.19 USD. There are over 100 Pals to capture in Palworld, but the costumes narrow the decision down to four:
With all there is to do in the game, players can spend countless hours in Palworld, and it is only set to grow even larger once it is officially out of early access. The game's current popularity may cause retailers like AliExpress to create some horrifying costumes to make money from the hype, but it's at least an entertaining way to celebrate such a fun game.
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