Palia is currently one of the most popular life-sim RPGs. This game offers many roles for the player as it features both multiplayer life-sim and RPG elements combined into one. Although the game is currently in Open Beta for PC players, the developers are planning to release its full version on both PC and Nintendo Switch towards the end of 2023. That being said, there are various in-game elements that you will come across during your journey in Palia.
The game has many activities you can choose to take part in. The point of the game is for you to complete all these activities (also called core skills) and master them. You also have to deal with and progress through the main game story, which will equally use all these core skills. Some activities are boring in Palia. Such is the nature of an RPG. Farming and gathering resources may seem like one of those tasks. These tasks are, in fact, essential to progress in the game. Since there are various mechanics for these tasks, you may want to redo some of them. Farming is one such task. In this article, we are going to go over how to remove crops in Palia so that you can rethink your farm’s overall orientation and build a more optimal one.
Palia: How To Remove Crops?
Farming is a core skill in Palia. You will have to plant and harvest through many crop cycles in this game. Much of farming has to be done with both a long-term and a short-term goal in mind. Since there are some plants that give you multiple harvests, it is important to carefully place them in the correct location. Additionally, moving, keeping them watered, and optimally growing are all added constraints for you in the game.
There are some loopholes, however. Moving soil pots is actually possible in the game. So, if you have misplaced a soil plot, you can simply rotate it and move it to your desired location. But is this the same with crops? Can you even remove crops in Palia?
How to remove plants?
This is a tough cookie to swallow, but there is no way to do it. You simply cannot remove plants in Palia as the game currently stands. You can neither move them nor change their position once they are planted. So, if you have planted a plant that you didn’t want to, you simply have to wait for it to finish all its harvest cycles. This is particularly painful if they are multiple-harvest plants like tomatoes.
While the game currently does not have a method to remove plants, we are hopeful. This seems to be an issue the community at large is unhappy with. This might prompt the developers to add an in-game mechanic that involves replacing or removing crops. Since the game is still in its Open Beta phase, there is a lot of scope for this to happen.
As of right now, you are simply stuck waiting for the harvest season to finish if you have planted the wrong crop at the wrong place. There is a silver lining, however. You can use this time to get ahead with other tasks, such as mining or hunting in-game. That said, we hope you find this article helpful. If you did, make sure to visit Android Gram for more articles just like this.