Store spare Pals in a Viewing Cage to save Box space in Palworld

Palworld Players Find Relief for Space Issue

Players of the popular game Palworld have voiced their concerns about the lack of storage space for their Pals as they stockpile them for the Pal Essence Condenser. This issue has been met with frustration, however, a solution has emerged in the form of the Viewing Cages.

One of the main complaints arises when players attempt to promote their Pals to four stars using the Pal Essence Condenser. Despite the 16 boxes of Pal storage available, it becomes clear that more space is needed. In order to promote a Pal to four stars, players require an additional 64 Pals of that same species, which can quickly fill up the available space.

Pair this with a potential breeding strategy, and before long, players may find themselves running out of storage.

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The usual methods of freeing up space involve either butchering the Pals, assigning them to a base, or, ironically, condensing them. However, players may not want to resort to butchering other Pals in order to make room for the multiple Pals required to create the Ultimate Egg Boi. This is where the Viewing Cages step in to alleviate the problem.

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Although the Viewing Cages do take up quite a bit of space, players can use platforms to create a vertical complex and house numerous Viewing Cages. Each Viewing Cage provides an additional 40 spaces, and the best part is that they do not require any food, care, or resources. Essentially, they function as their own Palbox, but with the added benefit of being able to see the Pals inside.

Viewing Cage Menu In Palworld
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Furthermore, the cost of building Viewing Cages is very low, allowing players to construct as many as needed without worry. Each Viewing Cage requires only 10 Paldium Fragments, 10 Wood, and 20 Stone.

While players will need to swap Pals between the Viewing Cage and the Boxes in order to condense them when the time comes, the additional free space makes this a minor inconvenience.

For those who desire a more organized approach, it is even possible to build an entirely new base solely for the purpose of housing multiple Viewing Cages, making the organization of breeding Pals and yet-to-be-condensed Pals much simpler. This allows players to separate the Pals they wish to keep and utilize from those intended for condensing.

As the game progresses and the need for more space becomes a pressing issue, players will undoubtedly appreciate having a more organized and spacious Palbox, with all of their potential candidates grouped together.

Now that you are aware of the benefits of employing Viewing Cages in Palworld, why not explore how to obtain the Legend Passive Skill?