Palworld has become an overnight sensation and Xbox has now confirmed it's performing just as well on Game Pass. It's officially the subscription service's "biggest" third-party launch ever, with more than 7 million Xbox players experiencing the game since its 'Game Preview' debut last month.

Although it's been an amazing start, the Xbox version is missing dedicated servers. Fortunately, this is seemingly set to change. Xbox has now announced it's working with the game's developer Pocketpair to "provide support to enable dedicated servers".

In addition to this, the team at Xbox will also help speed up the process of making updates available, and assist with optimisation to improve the overall experience across Xbox platforms:

"On Xbox’s part, we’re working with Pocketpair to help provide support for Xbox versions of the game. We’re providing support to enable dedicated servers, offering engineering resources to help with GPU and memory optimization, speeding up the process to make Palworld updates available for players, and working with the team to optimize the title for our platform."

Currently, the Xbox version of Palworld only supports co-op mode for four players, and cross-platform support is limited to the PC Game Pass version of the title. On Steam though, there are dedicated servers, which support up to 32 players.

The developer's CEO Takuro Mizobe promises this is just the beginning, following the roadmap release last week.

Did you contribute to this Game Pass record? Excited about dedicated servers? What else do you think Xbox could help Palworld with? Leave a comment below.