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Palworld Developer in Talks to Expand Game to More Platforms

Palworld Developer in Talks to Expand Game to More Platforms
Palworld Developer in Talks to Expand Game to More Platforms [Screenshot via Palworld Twitter Handle]
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In a recent development, Pocketpair, the creator of the popular game Palworld, has expressed interest in bringing the game to more platforms. Currently available on PC and Xbox, the company is looking to expand its reach to a wider audience.

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Palworld, a unique blend of survival and Pokemon-style gameplay, has seen tremendous success since its launch. The game involves players navigating a world filled with creatures known as Pals, which they can catch, train, and battle.

In an interview with Bloomberg, Pocketpair CEO Takuro Mizobe revealed that the company is in discussions about expanding the game to other platforms. While he did not specify which platforms are being considered, the move indicates the company’s ambition to make Palworld more accessible to gamers around the world.

Mizobe also mentioned that Pocketpair is open to partnership and acquisition offers. This openness suggests that the company is exploring all avenues to ensure the game’s continued success and growth.

Despite being a small studio, Pocketpair has big dreams. Mizobe stated that he wants the company to remain independent and continue working in a small team. “We are and will remain a small studio. I want to make multiple small games. Big-budget triple-A games are not for us,” he said.

While the future of Palworld is still being charted, one thing is clear: the game’s community can expect more exciting developments and updates in the coming months. Whether it’s new Pals, additional gameplay features, or the game becoming available on new platforms, Palworld players have a lot to look forward to.

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