Palworld All Sphere Types: How to Craft Them

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Palworld All Sphere Types: How to Craft Them

In Palworld, you will have the opportunity to capture different types of Pals, i.e., the creatures that populate the game world. These creatures can be more or less difficult to capture and for this reason, a certain sphere will be needed. In this article, therefore, we will tell you what the Palworld all sphere types are and how to obtain them. In fact, you will have to meet some requirements and you will also have to be in possession of the right resources (we remind you that the game has a strong survival component, so this is a very important aspect).


Palworld All Sphere Types

In Palworld, there are seven different orbs that you can obtain and you will need to capture increasingly powerful Pals. Specifically, these are the Palworld spheres that you can use in the game:

  • Regular
  • Mega
  • Giga
  • Hyper
  • Ultra
  • Legendary
  • Radar

Regular

As can be seen from the name itself, these are the basic Palworld spheres that you will have at your disposal from the beginning of the game. It won't be difficult to craft them, as you will simply need a Primitive Workbench and the following resources:

Mega

Once you reach level 14, you will have access to this new type of Palworld sphere. To unlock them, all you have to do is go to the technology menu and use two dots to unlock them. To be able to craft them, you will need a Sphere Workbench and the following resources:

  • 2 Paldium Fragments
  • 1 Ingot
  • 7 Wood
  • 7 Stone
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Giga

By continuing to play, explore and capture creatures, you will level up further until you reach level 20. Once you do this, you will be able to use the Giga spheres which you can unlock with three Technology points. To be able to create this type of sphere, you will need either a Sphere Workbench or a Sphere Assembly Line; also, don't forget to have the following resources in your inventory:

  • 3 Paldium Fragments
  • 3 Ingot
  • 10 Wood
  • 10 Stone
Palworld All Sphere Types
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Hyper

As soon as you reach level 27 in Palworld, you will have access to Hyper spheres. These orbs can be unlocked from the usual menu using three points. To be able to craft them, you will need to use a Sphere Factory II or a Sphere Assembly Line I, as well as having the following resources available:

  • 5 Paldium Fragments
  • 5 Ingot
  • 12 Wood
  • 2 Cement

Ultra

In order to unlock this specific type of Palworld spheres you will have to play and perform the various activities you can do until you reach level 35. Once this is done, you will need to be in possession of a Sphere Factory I, II, III or a Sphere Assembly Line II to be able to craft them; therefore, you will need the following resources:

  • 10 Paldium Fragments
  • 8 Refined Ingot
  • 3 Carbon Fiber
  • 3 Cement

Legendary

To unlock the Legendary spheres, you must first reach level 47 and have a Sphere Factory III or a Sphere Assembly Line II. Furthermore, you will need to have the following resources in your inventory:

  • 10 Paldium Fragments
  • 10 Pal Metal Ingot
  • 5 Carbon Fiber
  • 5 Cement
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Radar

Finally, the last type of Palworld sphere that you can unlock is the Radar one. These orbs are the most powerful in the game and will give you the chance to capture very powerful Pals. To be able to unlock them, however, it is not yet known what the requirements are. In fact, these spheres were found by dataminers within the game files, but in their current state they are not yet available. We remind you, in fact, that Palworld is an Early Access game and therefore has not yet finished its development process. It is very likely, therefore, that we could use these spheres once the full version of the game is released.

Palworld All Sphere Types
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Palworld All Sphere Types: How to Craft Them
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly. She writes news, reviews, guides, and features about both AAA and indie games.