In the worldthe new “open-world survival and crafting game” became an overnight sensation, and has almost everyone in the gaming and industry talking about it.
Of course, there are two parties that many are waiting to hear, one of which is Nintendo – the video game giant that has exclusively hosted the mainline Pokémon series on its platforms since the Game Boy era.
As Bloomberg reporter Takashi Mochizuki explained, Bloomberg was able to obtain a response from Nintendo and although it is aware of Palworld's existence, it will not comment on “individual cases.”
As the same source also reported, The Pokémon Company has chosen to remain completely silent, and has declined to comment on Palworld.
Although TPC has not provided a response, the company's former legal director Don McGowan shared his thoughts earlier today, stating how he was “surprised” to see the game get this far.
Palworld has it now It exceeded five million sales in just three days It is available on Xbox, Windows, Steam, and the Microsoft Game Pass subscription service.
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