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Palia Now Available on Steam

Singularity 6’s free-to-play cozy community sim MMO Palia is now available for the PC via Steam.

The Steam community and Palians worldwide came together leading up to its Steam release, with hundreds of thousands of players wishlisting the title. As a thanks to the community, the team at Singularity 6 is unleashing a giant in-game Frogbert plush, one that has grown to five times its original size. Note that players that log into the game on Steam within the first 30 days of launch are able to redeem this big boy.

Other updates to Palia include the following:

  • Temple of the Roots – Palians can dig-in to the new content and explore the Temple of the Roots, participating in new quests while discovering new rewards, such as the Galdur Seed Maker
  • Cultivate Flowers & Trees – Players can decorate their housing plots with a lush array of beautiful plantlife. Insects now have a chance to drop flower seeds, which players plant, water and watch their seeds grow into flowers. Additionally, Palians can collect and plant seeds from wild trees
  • New Decor – Palians can enhance their housing plots with new decor sets, including the Spring Fever set and an all new Emberborn set
  • Controller Rebinding – Players can now adjust their controller bindings
  • Tie the Knot – Players can now wear the new To Have, To Honor and To Love outfits, as well as the To Hold, To Keep, and To Cherish looks. Players can now try-on and purchase outfits directly from the Wardrobe

Learn more with the trailer below:

Palia | Steam Launch Trailer

Available now on Steam, Palia will have Steam Achievements at a later date. The title also available for the PC via the official website, the Epic Games Store, and GeForce Now. Note that Palia can also be played on the Nintendo Switch.

Source: Press Release

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