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Palworld Releases New Patch v0.2.3.0: A Leap Towards Enhanced Gaming Experience

Palworld Releases New Patch v0.2.3.0: A Leap Towards Enhanced Gaming Experience
Palworld Releases New Patch v0.2.3.0: A Leap Towards Enhanced Gaming Experience [Image via: Palwold Twitter Handle]
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In a recent tweet, Palworld, the popular open-world survival game, announced the release of its latest patch v0.2.3.0 for the Steam version. The Xbox version of the patch is also on the way and will be released as soon as it is ready.

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The new patch brings a host of improvements and fixes aimed at enhancing the gaming experience for its dedicated players.

Balance Adjustment

The patch introduces a significant balance adjustment. The electric egg incubator now hatches at 1.5 times the normal rate. This increased hatching speed will allow players to bring their pals into action quicker than before.

Optimization

In terms of optimization, the processing load on dedicated servers has been optimized. This enhancement is expected to ensure smoother gameplay and improved performance.

Bug Fixes

The new patch also addresses several bugs that were affecting the gameplay. Players can now pet some pals that were previously un-pettable due to a bug affecting the “pet” option. The issue of base pals colliding with each other on dedicated servers has also been fixed.

For Xbox version players, the patch fixes an issue where the “Option to show/hide Journey” and “Option to change the scale of damage text numbers” were not working. In addition to these, other minor bugs have also been resolved to ensure a more seamless gaming experience.

As always, Palworld extends its heartfelt gratitude to its community for their unwavering support and feedback, which aids in the continuous improvement and enhancement of the gameplay experience.

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