February 24, 2024

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The Xbox Game Pass version of Palworld might be a little slower to receive updates than the Steam version, but they’re coming. Xbox Game Pass version of Palworld might be a little slower to receive updates than the Steam version, but they’re coming. The Update for Palworld on Xbox, Jan. 23, 2024 is now out, and here’s what you need to know.

All fixes in Palworld Xbox January 23 Update

This is the latest update to PalworldThe update on Xbox is minor, but it fixes a few key issues. Here are all the fixes that were made in the Jan. 23, 2019 update:

Xbox

  • The game app goes black when it starts and you cannot continue.

Microsoft Store PC Version

  • The game app goes black when it starts and you cannot continue.
  • The controller is not recognized
  • Key guide display not working correctly
  • Exit game button is not implemented.

The black screen is a result of the black screen. Controller issuesThis patch has addressed these issues. This is vital, as Xbox gamers will now be able to finally enjoy the game with no annoying hiccups. A number of sound issues were also resolved, resulting in a smoother gaming experience.

The patch also indicated that general fixes were made across the board. While Pocketpair didn’t go into too much detail, players can probably expect better performance in Palworld. This includes improved framerates, textures and overall stability when playing the game. These changes are subtle, but should improve the overall quality of your game.

At the time of writing, there’s no word yet on when Palworld will be getting its next major content update. That said, it’s only been less than a week since its early access launch, so there’ll be plenty of time for feedback and other features to get added in.

That’s all you need to know about Palworld’s Xbox Jan. 23 update. Search for Twinfinite if you want more information about the game.

About the Author

Zhiqing Wan

Zhiqing graduated from History in Singapore and is the Reviews editor for Twinfinite. She’s worked in the games media for nine years. She has spent a lot of time on showfloors, at conferences, and creating detailed spreadsheets for RPGs. You can find her in a FromSoft wormhole when she’s not praising Amazon’s Kindle for being the greatest technological innovation of the last two decades.

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