enslaved Pokémon-style bugs, Animal Crossing-style farms and lots of shooting

enslaved Pokémon-style bugs, Animal Crossing-style farms and lots of shooting

Coming from the creators of Craftopia it was easy to guess that Palworld was going to be a hodgepodge of ideas with more desire to be impressive than to contribute something at a playable level, but with these mixtures, one really does not know what to think.

In just over a minute we see Pokémon-style bug catching and fighting, mounts and paragliders, Digimon-style fusions, generic Fortnite-style shooter shootouts, and Animal Crossing and Harvest Moon-style farms.

As a climax, what seems to be a plot of experimentation and bondage of those same bugs that we also shoot. One could say that it is the most surreal thing that the trailer shows, but the Palworld is a “hold my beer“after another manual.

If the impact of catching a bug with a rope and dragging it down the road while riding in a truck wasn’t enough, the video He closes his presentation with a bug eating another before showing you a bucolic scene of his protagonist having a good time with his catches.

It is absolutely insane. the game, which targets Steam but could also land on other platforms as happened to craftopia, will arrive at some point in 2022 to finish blowing our heads. This time already with the control in the hands.