This tip is revolutionizing farming in Palworld

This tip is revolutionizing farming in Palworld

Cyril Bomathiod

A Palworld player has discovered a super-effective farming tip that saves a lot of space in the base.

Palworld's excellent mix of survival, crafting, and creature collecting pushed it to the second most played game of all time on the Steam charts, despite plagiarism allegations to which Nintendo has finally responded.

The relatively open gameplay and fairly comprehensive early access have inspired incredible creativity among Palworld players. Trainers of all kinds have revealed their tips to make life easier, including a great technique for taking down bosses.

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Probably the craziest trick you'll see today comes from Reddit user u/MaleficentPhysics268. This player has actually found a way to stack multiple farms on top of each other, which is very useful.

What u/MaleficentPhysics268 calls “Unified Farming 2.0” is actually an improvement on a previous experience. After some trial and error, the player figures out how to stack multiple farms in Palworld on top of each other. And it works!

All food produced by farms can be accessed by your base friends, because according to our genius player, crops “At the top of the list”. This means that instead of taking up a lot of space by placing large farms next to each other, you can adopt vertical farming and enjoy maximum productivity.

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To do this, you must be able to build a bench, a frame, and any of the four Palworld Plantation types. You will also need patience and precision to find the perfect pixel that will allow you to stack the farms in this way.

To set up your own vertical farming spot, you'll need to craft a bench, then successfully build a farm on it, as shown in the video. Once it's in place, disassemble the seat and do the same with the frame underneath. The third farm should simply fit into your floating farm.

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u/MaleficentPhysics268 said they want to continue experimenting to see if they can stack farms higher to achieve greater food production than ever before.

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