How to Get Polymer in Palworld – How to Craft, Where to Use

Palworld Polymer

As you advance in Palworld, you will start needing advanced resources to craft automation products and structures. One such resource is Polymer and what makes it hard to get is that it cannot be obtained raw in the world and no Pal drops it as well. Polymer is one of the few crafting materials in Palworld that you will have to create yourself in the game before you can start using it in crafting and the process to actually start making Polymer in your base is quite complex. This Palworld Polymer Guide will help you with how you can craft and obtain Polymer in the game for your crafting needs.

How to Get Polymer in Palworld

As you move to advanced weaponry and automation, you will need polymer in crafting various things such as guns and circuit boards. Some of the best guns in Palworld require polymer and if you are chasing some of the toughest Alpha Pals, you will need plenty of Polymer to craft the best guns and go after them. Apart from crafting powerful weapons, you will also require polymer to create circuit boards which will allow you to complete the automation process inside your base as you can create tier 2 assembly lines and other useful electric equipment with polymer.

However, you cannot just walk out of your base, kill some Pals, and collect Polymer. Polymer is an advanced resource and before you can even think of making it, you will need to invest a lot of time in the game and make some solid progression. For starters, Polymer is unlocked in your Technology tree when you reach Level 33. This will allow you to unlock Polymer and start thinking about crafting it. Next, you must have a fully functioning tier 1 assembly line and a proper electrical setup at your base. Once you have met all of these requirements, you can head to the assembly line and order a bunch of Polymer. You will need:

Palworld Polymer

That is all for this guide. If you need help with additional resources, make sure to check out how to get ore, coal, Ancient Civilization parts, Ancient Technology Points, and wheat seeds.

This concludes our Palworld Polymer guide. If you want to add anything to this guide, feel free to use the comments section below.

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