• Giant Pals in Palworld can be caused by glitches. The massive Anubis in question is a mystery.
  • The cause of giant Pals like the massive Anubis is unknown.
  • Alpha Pals are powerful, rare beasts with unique attacks, while Lucky Pals always have the Lucky trait. They are hard to catch.

Another player has ended up with a giant Pal in Palworld, specifically an enormous Anubis. One of the series’ iconic Pals, the creature in question isn’t an Alpha or Lucky Pal. The cause of its giant stature is a mystery, most likely caused by a random glitch in Palworld.

Palworld is a creature collector in Early Access that mixes in survival mechanics. Along with building a base and collecting resources, certain Pals can be found at sizes larger than normal. These are either Alpha Pals, which are overpowered, legendary beasts, or Lucky Pals, which always have the Lucky trait. Alpha Pals are hard to catch in Palworld but come with increased stats and unique attacks. Lucky Pals are hard to find and can be hard to catch depending on the species.


Palworld Glitch Leaves Player With Giant Vixy

One Palworld fan finds that their lucky Vixy has grown to an abnormally large size when the Pal is left at the player’s home base.

Reddit user Trollmadolol920, however, has shown off yet another giant-sized Pal that isn’t an Alpha or a Lucky Pal in Palworld. The Anubis in question towers over the Breeding Farm it’s working at. Typically, Anubis is the same height as the player’s character. Commenters in the thread wonder if the height seems bigger due to how the screenshot was taken or if the Pal is standing on something that may boost the height. However, nothing is apparent that would cause the height to increase.

Palworld Player’s Anubis Grows to Giant Proportions

Similar to Palworld‘s giant Penking, a player obtaining a giant Anubis is most likely caused by a bug. There isn’t any known trigger for the bug, but other Pals have grown larger than they typically are. It’s not game-breaking, but it can cause confusion when trying to find Lucky Pals in the base since they are now the same size.

Unlike the Palworld bug that caused Arsox to become giant and see-through, Anubis is still fully solid in the screenshot provided. With multiple instances of Pals becoming giant-sized, the effect could be a future game mechanic that unintentionally ended up turned on in certain instances. There are statues of giant Pals, such as the Anubis statue in the desert, that could be potential Easter eggs pointing players toward finding Giant Pals.

While Trollmadolol920 has a giant Anubis without having to hunt down a Lucky one, that’s how other players will need to get one of similar stature. Until the trigger for the bug is pinpointed, giant pals won’t be easily replicated. Even when the cause is known, getting a specific Pal to giant size may not be feasible unless an actual feature allowing it is added to Palworld.



Pocket Pair’s Palworld is a creature-collection game set in an open-world. Entering early access on January 19, 2024, the project blends survival, building, farming, monster breeding, and shooter elements.

January 19, 2024

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