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

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Cattivas In Palworld
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Palworld players complain about the lack of Palbox space when they need to stockpile Pals for the Pal Essence Condenser. This is a worthy complaint, but the Viewing Cages will come to your rescue.

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Viewing Cages provide extra Pal storage in Palworld

When players want to promote their Pals to four stars through the Pal Essence Condenser, they start to see that despite the 16 boxes of Pal storage, they need even more. To promote a Pal to four stars, they need 64 extra Pals of that species, which takes up a considerable amount of space.

This combined with a potential breeding strategy — a player may find themselves out of storage pretty soon.

Pengulelts In Viewing Cage In Palworld
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Conventional methods of freeing Pals from the Palbox are either by butchering them, assigning them to a Base, or, ironically, condensing them. Naturally, you may not want to butcher other Pals for the sake of the dozens of Chikipis you need to create the Ultimate Egg Boi. Using the Viewing Cages alleviates this problem.

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They are rather space-demanding, but you can use platforms and create a vertical complex to have numerous Viewing Cages. Each one has an extra 40 spaces, and what’s more, is that they don’t require food or any kind of care or resources whatsoever. They’re essentially their own Palbox, but you can actually see the Pals inside.

Viewing Cage Menu In Palworld
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Better yet, the Viewing Cages are super cheap, allowing you to build as many as you want without a concern for resources. Each one costs only 10 Paldium Fragments, 10 Wood, and 20 Stone.

Although you’ll have to swap Pals between the Viewing Cage and the Boxes to actually condense them when the time comes, that isn’t too much of a bother for more free space.

If you wanted, you could build a new Base entirely to have numerous Viewing Cages, to make the organization of your breeding Pals and yet-to-be-condensed Pals much easier. This way, you can separate the Pals you want to keep and use from the Pals you want to condense.

In the late game, when this becomes a concern, you’ll be grateful to have a more organized and spacious Palbox, with all of your poor Pal candidates huddled together.

Now that you know the trick with Viewing Cages in Palworld, why don’t you check out how to get the Legend Passive Skill?

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