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Palworld developer is introducing measures to deal with cheaters ‘strictly and as a priority’ - techradar.com
techradar.com
19.02.2024 / 10:43

Palworld developer is introducing measures to deal with cheaters ‘strictly and as a priority’

The survival-crafting game Palworld has had a very strong start. Releasing on January 19, 2024, for PC, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One, the game quickly racked up over 19 million players. It seems that players really can’t get enough of this Pokémon-inspired open world title, but its huge popularity has come at a cost.

Palworld devs confuse fans by appearing to forget Pal’s name - destructoid.com
destructoid.com
18.02.2024 / 17:09

Palworld devs confuse fans by appearing to forget Pal’s name

We’ve come to know our Pals pretty well over the last month since the game entered early access. We know their names, abilities, and skills by heart, it seems. Now, a recent Twitter post by Pocketpair has got fans of the game humorously questioning whether the same is true about the developers.

"Palworld has lost X per cent of its player base discourse is lazy," says developer Pocketpair - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
17.02.2024 / 22:09

"Palworld has lost X per cent of its player base discourse is lazy," says developer Pocketpair

Palworld developer Pocketpair insists it has no reason to be alarmed about the hit game's dwindling player count.

Palworld Dev Outlines Anti-Cheat Plan, but Admits It’s Struggling to Keep Up With Cheaters - ign.com
ign.com
16.02.2024 / 14:49

Palworld Dev Outlines Anti-Cheat Plan, but Admits It’s Struggling to Keep Up With Cheaters

Palworld developer Pocketpair has addressed the rampant cheating that is affecting the 'Pokemon with guns' survival and crafting game, and outlined a number of steps it’s taking to try to combat the problem.

Palworld dev responds to player drop-off, says it’s ‘fine’ to take breaks - polygon.com - Japan
polygon.com
15.02.2024 / 23:21

Palworld dev responds to player drop-off, says it’s ‘fine’ to take breaks

Palworldhas only been out a month and it’s already solidified itself as a runaway success. The game has been setting records left and right, with eight million copies sold in less than six days, becoming the most-played third-party game on Xbox Game Pass, and climbing to the top of the Steam charts. Still, some people online have pointed out that the game has seen a drop-off in its active player base, and on Wednesday, a developer responded by voicing support for people who dropped the game.

Palworld dev says it's alright to stop playing: "If you're no longer playing Palworld, we still love you, and we hope you'll come back for round 2" - gamesradar.com - county Early
gamesradar.com
14.02.2024 / 19:31

Palworld dev says it's alright to stop playing: "If you're no longer playing Palworld, we still love you, and we hope you'll come back for round 2"

There are now fewer people playing Palworld than there were at the height of the game's popularity, and one of the devs behind the unlikely survival game hit says that's perfectly fine.

Palworld: How To Get High Quality Pal Oil, Sulfur, Quartz & Pal Fluid | Rare Resources - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
13.02.2024 / 20:57

Palworld: How To Get High Quality Pal Oil, Sulfur, Quartz & Pal Fluid | Rare Resources

If you want to craft everything in Palworld — including all those big guns and lots of ammo — you’ll need rare materials. Resources like High Quality Pal Oil, Sulfur and Pal Fluid are needed to make some of the most common recipes as you level up.

Palworld devs' next game is a base-building Dead Cells and Hollow Knight mash-up - rockpapershotgun.com
rockpapershotgun.com
12.02.2024 / 17:33

Palworld devs' next game is a base-building Dead Cells and Hollow Knight mash-up

When I first saw Never Grave: The Witch And The Curse rising up the Steam Next Fest charts at the end of last week, I thought, "Oh! That's a neat Hollow Knight-looking Metroivanida roguelike, I'll definitely give that a go." And having played its demo over the weekend, I can confirm: it's certainly an intriguing little thing that I'll be keen to keep an eye on when it launches into early access, possibly sometime next month.

Palworld Developer Says it’s “Overwhelmingly Short of People” - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
11.02.2024 / 15:05

Palworld Developer Says it’s “Overwhelmingly Short of People”

Calling Palworld the surprise hit of the year would be quite the understatement. Even the game’s biggest proponents wouldn’t have predicted that it would go on to see the sort of success it has seen, accruing over 19 million players, selling over 12 million units on Steam, and becoming the biggest third-party launch on Game Pass to date. That surprising success, in fact, has caught developer Pocketpair off-guard to the extent that the studio finds itself severely understaffed for the level of support the game currently needs, not just for maintenance, but also for future content additions.

Palworld Developer Pocketpair is Hiring - gamerant.com - Britain - Japan
gamerant.com
11.02.2024 / 01:03

Palworld Developer Pocketpair is Hiring

Pocketpair has acknowledged that it is short on staff, and is currently hiring to maintain the development of the virally successful Palworld. Palworld was released on Steam and Xbox early access on January 19, where it suddenly became a sensation almost overnight. This success even saw it outpacing Pokemon's latest release, Scarlet and Violet, in sales. Despite the controversies that Palworld has garnered since its launch, it has proven to be a monumental success for the small studio.

Palworld creator Pocketpair says it is "overwhelmingly short of people" in an appeal for more developers - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
10.02.2024 / 17:51

Palworld creator Pocketpair says it is "overwhelmingly short of people" in an appeal for more developers

Palworld creator Pocketpair has acknowledged it is «overwhelmingly short» of developers to help the viral hit maintain momentum.

Just like every Palworld player, developer Pocketpair needs more workers and is desperately looking for new hires - gamesradar.com - Japan
gamesradar.com
09.02.2024 / 14:16

Just like every Palworld player, developer Pocketpair needs more workers and is desperately looking for new hires

Palworld developer Pocketpair is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars a month in order to keep up with server demand, and it's now simultaneously trying to hire enough people to maintain what's still one of the most viral games in the world. 

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