How many Syndicate Towers are there in Palworld?
How many Syndicate Towers are there in Palworld?
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How many Syndicate Towers are there in Palworld?

The Gym Leaders of the Palworld universe

Syndicate, or Pal, Towers are the keys to finding out the secrets of the Palworld island you’re stuck on, with tower bosses being present at all of them. Rayne Syndicate Tower is likely going to be your first encounter with a tower boss, but if you’ve managed to get past Zoe and Grizzbolt, then you might be wondering how many towers there are on the map.

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If you look around the world from a high enough point, you might be able to see the blue light at the top of the new Pal Towers you’ve yet to explore. However, there’s no way to tell how many you have left to defeat in-game, so allow me to explain how many Pal Towers there are in Palworld.

All Syndicate Towers in Palworld

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In the current early access version of Palworld, there is a total of five Pal Towers. The early access factor is important to remember here, as the developers have recently showcased a roadmap that promises new bosses coming to the island in the coming months. For now, though, you can challenge five bosses at Pal Towers, which includes Zoe and Grizzbolt at Rayne Syndicate Tower.

Here’s a list of each tower’s name and the bosses that accompany them:

  1. Rayne Syndicate Tower – Zoe and Grizzbolt
  2. Free Pal Alliance Tower – Lily and Lyleen
  3. PIDF Tower – Marcus and Faleris
  4. Brothers of the Eternal Pyre Tower – Axel and Orserk
  5. PAL Genetric Research Unit Tower – Victor and Shadowbeak

All of these Pal Towers are spread out all around the map of Palworld, so you’ll have to travel all across the various regions to find the five towers and bosses. It’s unclear exactly when more Syndicate Towers could arrive, but hopefully, this year introduces at least one new boss for us to challenge.

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