One Palworld player has built two Japanese-inspired castles over a waterfall. Palworld is a survival game which requires players to establish a base in areas with the most resources, get Pals to be their friends, and take out formidable enemies together. As with Minecraft and many other open-world games, it provides a degree of freedom to explore.
Palworld recently celebrated a staggering two million concurrent players on Steam alone, proving itself more popular than many triple-A and live service games. It has become the biggest third-party launch in Xbox Game Pass history, blowing past High on Life in less than two weeks. Interestingly, Palworld still averages at least 500,000 daily players, securing its place in the top played games list on both platforms.
A Palworld player, who goes by bakaforever2 on Reddit, has chosen a strategic location to build two Japanese-inspired castles connected to each other. They have vast interior parts and consist of five floors which can be used for different purposes. These towers are built over a waterfall, meaning the player can breed their Water-type Pals. Also, the entire base has a stunning view showing a small blue lake and dirt paths in the woods.
Since Palworld has a massive world filled with formidable enemies, players need to command the strongest Pals and build them a sheltered house where they can live. These creatures have a set of active skills that can be used in combat against bosses. Moreover, certain Pals can function as mounts when players want to go around the game's map. One thing to note is that dead creatures must be placed in the Palbox at the base to be revived.
Over the weeks, the ever-growing Palworld community has come up with brilliant bases, with one player building the monumental Roman amphitheater that was used for gladiator fights, the Colosseum. Some players utilized their creative talents to construct unraidable houses, while others filled up the ruins, which they found in an urban area, with stonesRead more on gamerant.com