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How do I change the Palworld server settings?

NEW: OuiHeberg customers now have access to a new feature on their server management panel (ouipanel.com) to modify their Palworld server settings. Look for the option named "PalConfig" on your panel.

In the Palworld universe, customizing the gaming experience is a key element for server administrators. This customization is made possible through the modification of server settings, which are accessible via the "PalWorldSettings.ini" configuration file. Located in the Pal/Saved/Config/LinuxServer directory, this file offers a multitude of options to adjust gameplay according to the preferences of players and administrators. Understanding and correctly manipulating this file is therefore essential for effectively managing a Palworld server.

To access Palworld server settings, start by locating the configuration file at this path: Pal/Saved/Config/LinuxServer/PalWorldSettings.ini. This file contains the default server settings.

What is the Palworld configuration file?

The configuration file uses a key-value pair structure, with the key enclosed in brackets. The values correspond to various server parameters. An example of a parameter in the file is:

[/Script/Pal.PalGameWorldSettings] OptionSettings=(Property=Value, ...)

How to modify Palworld server settings?

To customize your Palworld server, several key parameters that you can modify include:

Difficulty: Control the overall game difficulty level. (Easy, Normal, Hard)

ServerPassword: Set or change the server password.

DayTimeSpeedRate/NightTimeSpeedRate: Modify the speed of day and night progression in the game.

ExpRate: Adjust the rate at which players and creatures gain experience.

PalSpawnNumRate: Change the rate of Pal creature spawns.

PlayerDamageRateAttack/PlayerDamageRateDefense: Adjust the damage dealt and received by players.

DropItemMaxNum: Determine the maximum number of items that can be dropped. Adjust these settings according to your gameplay preferences.

Save changes and restart the server

To apply your changes, save the updated configuration file and restart the Palworld server.

Quick tip:

The website "https://palworldconfig.scromx.fr/" offers valuable assistance for configuring the "PalWorldSettings" file in the Palworld game. It is an essential resource for server administrators looking to customize their gaming experience, providing detailed and practical information on modifying server settings. This site is therefore an indispensable tool for those who wish to deepen their understanding of Palworld server management and optimize their game configuration.

List of all possible parameters: 

List of parameters: Difficulty: Modifies the overall game challenge level.

DayTimeSpeedRate : Adjusts the rate of gameplay progression during daylight hours.

NightTimeSpeedRate : Modifies the rate of gameplay during the night.

ExpRate : Modifies the rate at which players and creatures gain experience.

PalCaptureRate : Adjusts the probability of successfully capturing Pal creatures.

PalSpawnNumRate : Controls the frequency of Pal creature spawns in the game world.

PalDamageRateAttack : Adjusts the damage inflicted by Pal creatures in combat.

PalDamageRateDefense : Adjusts the damage received by Pal creatures in combat.

PlayerDamageRateAttack : Adjusts the damage inflicted by players in combat.

PlayerDamageRateDefense : Adjusts the damage received by players in combat.

PlayerStomachDecreaseRate : Adjusts the rate at which the player's stomach empties.

PlayerStaminaDecreaseRate : Adjusts the rate at which the player's stamina depletes.

PlayerAutoHPRegeneRate : Modifies the rate of automatic health regeneration for players.

PlayerAutoHpRegeneRateInSleep : Modifies the rate of automatic health regeneration for players during sleep.

PalStomachDecreaseRate : Adjusts the rate at which Pal creature stomachs empty.

PalStaminaDecreaseRate : Adjusts the rate at which Pal creature stamina depletes.

PalAutoHPRegeneRate : Modifies the rate of automatic health regeneration for Pal creatures.

PalAutoHpRegeneRateInSleep : Modifies the rate of automatic health regeneration for Pal creatures during sleep.

BuildObjectDamageRate : Adjusts the rate at which constructed objects suffer damage.

BuildObjectDeteriorationDamageRate : Controls the rate of deterioration of constructed objects over time.

CollectionDropRate : Adjusts the probability of obtaining items when collecting resources.

CollectionObjectHpRate : Adjusts the health of collected objects in the game.

CollectionObjectRespawnSpeedRate : Adjusts the respawn speed of collected objects in the game world.

EnemyDropItemRate : Modifies the probability of enemies dropping items when defeated.

DeathPenalty : Specifies the penalty incurred by players upon death (e.g., All, None).

bEnablePlayerToPlayerDamage : Enables or disables players' ability to inflict damage on each other.

bEnableFriendlyFire : Enables or disables friendly fire occurrences between players.

bEnableInvaderEnemy : Enables or disables the presence of invading enemies in the game.

bActiveUNKO : Enables or disables UNKO (Unidentified Nocturnal Knock-off) in the game.

bEnableAimAssistPad : Enables or disables aim assist for players using controllers.

bEnableAimAssistKeyboard : Enables or disables aim assist for players using keyboards.

DropItemMaxNum : Sets the maximum number of dropped items that can exist in the game.

DropItemMaxNum_UNKO : Sets the maximum number of UNKO items that can exist in the game.

BaseCampMaxNum : Sets the maximum number of base camps players can build.

BaseCampWorkerMaxNum : Sets the maximum number of workers that can be assigned to a base camp.

DropItemAliveMaxHours : Sets the maximum duration for which dropped items remain in the game world.

bAutoResetGuildNoOnlinePlayers : Automatically resets guilds without online players.

AutoResetGuildTimeNoOnlinePlayers : Sets the time after which guilds without online players are automatically reset.

GuildPlayerMaxNum : Sets the maximum number of players that can belong to a guild.

PalEggDefaultHatchingTime : Sets the default hatching time for Pal eggs.

WorkSpeedRate : Adjusts the overall work speed in the game.

bIsMultiplay : Enables or disables multiplayer mode.

bIsPvP : Enables or disables player versus player (PvP) mode.

bCanPickupOtherGuildDeathPenaltyDrop : Enables or disables the ability to pick up dropped items from other guilds' death penalties.

bEnableNonLoginPenalty : Enables or disables penalties for players who are not logged in.

bEnableFastTravel : Enables or disables the fast travel feature.

bIsStartLocationSelectByMap : Enables or disables the selection of starting locations on the game map.

bExistPlayerAfterLogout : Enables or disables player persistence in the game world after logout.

bEnableDefenseOtherGuildPlayer : Enables or disables defense of players from other guilds.

CoopPlayerMaxNum : Sets the maximum number of cooperative players allowed in a session.

ServerPlayerMaxNum : Sets the maximum number of players allowed on the server.

ServerName : Sets the name of the Palworld server.

ServerDescription : Provides a description for the Palworld server.

AdminPassword : Sets the password for server administration.

ServerPassword : Sets the password to join the Palworld server.

PublicPort : Sets the public port for the Palworld server.

PublicIP : Sets the public IP address for the Palworld server.

RCONEnabled : Enables or disables Remote Console (RCON) for server administration.

RCONPort : Sets the port for Remote Console (RCON) communication.

Region : Sets the region for the Palworld server.

bUseAuth : Enables or disables server authentication.

BanListURL : Sets the URL for the server ban list.

Modifying Palworld server settings via the "PalWorldSettings.ini" file offers considerable flexibility to create a unique gaming experience tailored to the needs of players. By adjusting parameters such as difficulty, creature spawn rates, damage dealt and received, or multiplayer and PvP options, administrators can shape a world that reflects their preferences and those of their community. It is important to save the changes made and restart the server for the changes to take effect. This customization helps enrich the overall "Palworld" experience, making each server unique and engaging for its players.



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Date
30/01/2024

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