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News guides 07 February 2024, 02:43

author: Olga Fiszer

Palworld - Damage from and to Player Multiplier Explained

Bored with an idyllic life in Palworld? Spice things up by modifying Damage from and to Player multiplier and check how much damage you can deal and receive.

Source: Palworld; developer: Pocketpair

Palworld offers deep control over your world with customizable settings. From tweaking resource scarcity to creature spawns, even the smallest adjustment can significantly change your gameplay. By modifying settings like Damage to or from Player multiplier, you can create a brutal struggle for survival or a relaxed paradise.

Damage from and to Player multiplier Explained

The World Settings of a server you created in Palworld can be changed at any time, allowing you to easily transform your experience into a sandbox game or a realm of relentless challenge, especially when it comes to the amount of damage you can take during combat. Let’s dive into the specific settings to understand precisely how they impact your gameplay.

  1. Damage from Player multiplier – with this setting, you can adjust the damage your own attacks deal. Picking the highest value can result in tremendous damage output, potentially enabling you to eliminate weaker Pals with a single strike. But remember that you can’t capture Pals if they’re dead.
  2. Damage to Player multiplier – the higher the number of this setting, the more damage you’ll receive from various sources such as being hit, fall damage, temperature extremes, or drowning. If you’re new to survival games, set it to the lowest possible value (or leave default).

Combining changes to Damage from and to Player multiplier with Damage from and to Pals multiplier can lead to even more surprising outcomes.

If you want to learn more about Palworld settings, check out our other articles:

  1. Palworld – Max Number of Pals Working at Base Explained
  2. Pal and Player Stamina Reduction Rate in Palworld Explained
  3. Breeding Settings in Palworld Explained

Olga Fiszer

Olga Fiszer

Joined the guides on in 2019. Nonetheless, you can also come across her posts about LEGO, which is something she has passionately collected for many years. A former corporate employee who decided to move to the UK, where she devoted herself to collecting pop culture relics. Her favorite game genres include primarily RPGs and jRPGs, classic RTSs, as well as unique indie games. When, despite a sizable collection of games, she concludes there's nothing to play, she launches Harvest Moon, Stardew Valley, one of the KOTORs, or Baldur’s Gate 2 (Shadows of Amn, not Throne of Bhaal) for the hundredth time. After hours, she enjoys painting figurines or admiring her collectibles and retro consoles.