How to change Palworld server settings - A Step-by-Step Tutorial

Ready to embark on a Palworld adventure? Unlock the full potential of your virtual world by following our comprehensive tutorial on configuring a Palworld server! Whether you're a seasoned server administrator or a Palworld enthusiast looking to host your own server, this step-by-step guide will equip you with the knowledge and skills needed to create the ultimate gaming experience.

How to Modify Palworld Server Settings:

  1. Navigate to Server Files: Access the server files by going to the "Files" section in your hosting panel. Locate and open the file named DefaultPalWorldSettings.ini.

  2. Copy Default Settings: Inside DefaultPalWorldSettings.ini, you'll find the default settings for your Palworld Server. Copy the entire content of this file.

  3. Paste in Server Configuration Directory: Navigate to the following directory on your server: "Pal/Saved/Config/LinuxServer/". In this directory, find a file named PalWorldSettings.ini. Open this file and paste the content you copied from DefaultPalWorldSettings.ini.

  4. Edit Server Settings: With PalWorldSettings.ini open, you can now edit any setting according to your preferences. Adjust values as needed for your server, taking note of the descriptions for each setting. Ensure not to modify anything you're unfamiliar with, as it may impact server stability.

  5. Save Changes: After making the necessary adjustments, save the changes to the PalWorldSettings.ini file.

  6. Restart the Server: Once you've modified the settings and saved the changes, restart your Palworld server. The alterations will take effect upon server restart.

Configuration parameters

Difficulty Difficulty
DayTimeSpeedRate Day time speed
NightTimeSpeedRate Night time speed
ExpRate EXP rate
PalCaptureRate Pal capture rate
PalSpawnNumRate Pal appearance rate
PalDamageRateAttack Damage from pals multipiler
PalDamageRateDefense Damage to pals multipiler
PlayerDamageRateAttack Damage from player multipiler
PlayerDamageRateDefense Damage to player multipiler
PlayerStomachDecreaceRate Player hunger depletion rate
PlayerStaminaDecreaceRate Player stamina reduction rate
PlayerAutoHPRegeneRate Player auto HP regeneration rate
PlayerAutoHpRegeneRateInSleep Player sleep HP regeneration rate
PalStomachDecreaceRate Pal hunger depletion rate
PalStaminaDecreaceRate Pal stamina reduction rate
PalAutoHPRegeneRate Pal auto HP regeneration rate
PalAutoHpRegeneRateInSleep Pal sleep health regeneration rate (in Palbox)
BuildObjectDamageRate Damage to structure multipiler
BuildObjectDeteriorationDamageRate Structure determination rate
CollectionDropRate Getherable items multipiler
CollectionObjectHpRate Getherable objects HP multipiler
CollectionObjectRespawnSpeedRate Getherable objects respawn interval
EnemyDropItemRate Dropped Items Multipiler
DeathPenalty Death penalty None : No lost, Item : Lost item without equipment, ItemAndEquipment : Lost item and equipment, All : Lost All item, equipment, pal(in inventory)
GuildPlayerMaxNum Max player of Guild
PalEggDefaultHatchingTime Time(h) to incubate massive egg
ServerPlayerMaxNum Maximum number of people who can join the server
ServerName Server name
ServerDescription Server description
AdminPassword AdminPassword
ServerPassword Set the server password.
PublicPort Public port number
PublicIP Public IP
RCONEnabled Enable RCON
RCONPort Port number for RCON

*Remember, these are just examples, and you should refer to the Palworld documentation for specific details on each setting. Make sure to test your server after making changes to ensure everything works as intended.

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