New Palworld Update Addresses “Numerous Bugs” On Xbox And Microsoft Store PC Version

The update has also brought a few new issues with it.

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  • A new Palworld update has arrived that fixes “numerous bugs” on Xbox and Game Pass PC versions.
  • Sound issues were squashed, and the subsequent patches have fixed the new issues that were reported.
  • The title on Xbox will now have a quit button. The controllers on the Microsoft PC port will also work.

Despite the well-deserved high ratings and popularity of Palworld, its release has not been without fair share of troubles. The onslaught of bugs and major gameplay glitches have thwarted the title from being an ideal venture. Regardless, the devs are working hard to fix every issue that is discovered. Pocket Pair recently released an update for the Xbox and Microsoft Store PC versions that fixes “numerous bugs, including sound issues.

However, the earlier update introduced more problems than it claimed to fix in Palworld. The devs then quickly struck back at the bugs that were discovered in an attempt to make the game smoother than ever on Xbox and Microsoft Store PC versions. The infamous black screen was also occurring on both platforms after the update, but devs claim to have finally tackled it.

Additionally, the exit game button will show on the Microsoft Store PC. The controller will also be recognized, and the key guide display will now work as intended. Despite these fixes, there is still some work left for the studio. The players in the comments of these tweets are still reporting crashes on the Xbox consoles, however. But not every Palworld player seems to be facing them.

If you are unfamiliar, Palworld has become a force to be reckoned with in the gaming scene. So much so that it was rolling over copies at the rate of 86,000 copies per hour at one point. The official sales figure now sits at six million copies sold globally in only four days.


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Palworld was released in early access on January 19, 2024, for Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and PC. eXputer’s Rabiya Rizwan reviewed the title and awarded it with a fantastic 4.5/5 score, finding it to possess an original identity instead of being “a Pokemon rip-off.”

For players looking to start off with strong roots in Palworld, I recommend you glance over our top five best base locations and seven best early-game weapons guides to ensure your survival against cute yet vicious enemies.

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