Palworld how to get Polymer – our best Polymer farming method

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Want to get Polymer in Palworld and farm it? There are plenty of high-quality materials you’re going to need when you get into the mid and late-game, and Polymer is one of them.

Palworld has tons of materials you need to craft to survive. From learning how to get simpler items like Nails, to farming important late-game resources like ammo, Palworld lets you craft nearly anything you can think of. One of the important materials you’ll need is Polymer. How do you make Polymers? How do you farm for Polymers? We’re here to show you how to do it.

How to craft Polymer in Palworld

To make Polymers, you need to make them at a Production Assembly Line using two High-Quality Pal Oil. To make it, you need to be at least level 28 in Palworld. This is because the material can only be made at Production Assembly Lines, which require you to be this level to unlock it in the Technology tab.

A Production Assembly Line requires 100 Ingots, 50 Wood, 20 Nails, and 10 Cement. And it’ll be powered by a Power Generator (50 Ingots and 20 Electric Organs).

To craft Polymers, all you need is two High-Quality Pal Oil. Here’s how you can get High-Quality Pal Oil in Palworld. Some players also report getting this resource from Wumpo and Kingpaca.

Once you have the required materials, simply queue up Polymers at the Production Assembly Line and you’ll be good to go. Remember to wear heat resistant clothing when entering the desert biome.

A Palworld player builds a Production Assembly Line
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Best way to farm for Polymer in Palworld

Because Polymer is something you won’t be able to get until you already have the Production Assembly Line, the best way to farm for Polymers is to farm High Quality Pal Oil. This requires you to be ready to fight wild Pals so they drop the materials.

Once you have plenty of it, you can queue up tons of Polymers at your Production Assembly Line. Make sure to have Pal with the Handiwork suitability at the assembly lines to craft it. Some good Pals for this job are Verdash, Mossanda, and Penking.

What is Polymer used for in Palworld

The most notable use for Polymer is in making Circuit Boards. You’ll need plenty of Circuit Boards to make better assembly lines and other electrical crafts. You will need two Polymers for each Circuit Board you make. Here are some other items that can be made with Polymer in Palworld:

  • Electric Furnace
  • Traffic Control Set
  • Emergency Exit Sign
  • Refrigerator
  • Grizzbolt Minigun
  • Relaxaurus Missle Launcher

Polymer is also used in the production of weapons. Several guns use Polymers as part of their recipes, including:

  • Assault Rifle
  • Double-barreled Shotgun
  • Homing Sphere Launcher
  • Pump-action Shotgun
  • Rocket Launcher

Other uses for Polymers in Palworld

Polymers are also used in Refridgerators and Electric Furnaces. Both of these also require Circuit Boards to build. Don’t turn all of your Polymers into Circuit Boards!

Once you get into the late game, Polymers are one of the materials you’ll want to keep on hand at all times. That’s everything you need to know about getting and farming Polymers in Palworld. Be sure to check out how to farm Sulfur and how to get Leather if you’re looking for other materials necessary to survive in Palworld.

Palworld Polymer farming FAQs

Can you find Polymer in Palworld?

No, polymer can be made at a Production Assembly Line by using two High Quality Pal Oil.

What is the best way to farm for Polymer?

Making sure you always have enough High Quality Pal Oil is the best way to keep making Polymer. Kill Dumuds, Mammorests, and Digtoises to get it.

About the Author

Annie Thelen

Annie is a journalist interested in gaming and tech news. She is Guides Writer for Videogamer. Her favorite games are Legend of Zelda, Halo, Persona 5, Saints Row 2, and The Sims 2.


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