How to Check Ping in Palworld


Palworld, the game that brings together the unexpected combination of “Pokemons wielding guns,” has taken the gaming world by storm. With over 1 million copies sold in less than eight hours of its Early Access release on Steam, it’s clear that players are drawn to its unique blend of monster-capturing, training, and survival/crafting.

Since Palworld is best experienced in a co-op setting with friends, ensuring a smooth connection is key. If you’ve convinced your real-life “pals” to jump into the world of Palworld with you, here’s a quick guide on how to check your ping in-game!

Palworld: How to Check Your Ping

Screenshot of a player's ping in Palworld

Checking your ping in Palworld is quite simple. Follow these steps:

  1. Press ‘Esc’: While in the game, press the ‘Esc’ key to access the menu.
  2. Go to ‘Options’: Navigate to the ‘Options’ tab within the menu.
  3. Check the Bottom Right Window: Look for the window in the bottom right of the Options tab. Here, you’ll find the ‘RTT‘ value, which essentially represents your ping to the host.
    • If you’ve joined a friend’s Palworld world through an invite code, the RTT value reflects the latency of your connection with your friend.
    • If you’re playing on a community server, the RTT value represents your ping to that server.

Note: If you happen to be the host of the game, your “connection latency” is practically nil, so there won’t be a value for you.

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And that’s it! Checking your ping in Palworld is as simple as navigating through the in-game menu and glancing at the RTT value. Now, armed with this information, you can ensure a smooth, cooperative gaming experience with your pals!

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