How to find and get Ice Organs in Palworld

A screenshot from Palworld showing the player fighting a Pengullet to get Ice Organs
(Image credit: Pocketpair)

You'll need to know how to get Ice Organs in Palworld pretty soon after you start the game. Ice Organs are a useful crafting ingredient in Pocketpair's Palworld survival game, and like other types of organs are required to produce certain items.

The thing is, Palworld doesn't tell you where to find Ice Organs, so if you're new to the game you may be scratching your head wondering where to get them.

Thankfully, finding Ice Organs is easily in Palworld, you just need to know where to go and what Pals to fight. This guide is here to show you just that, and will work whether you're playing Palworld on Xbox Series X | S or on one of the best gaming PCs via Steam.

Read on to see how to find and get Ice Organs in Palworld.

How to find and get Ice Organs in Palworld

  1. Locate a Pengullet (near the coast)
  2. Defeat the Pengullet
  3. Pick up the dropped Ice Organs

Read on to see full illustrated instructions.


1. Find and fight a Pengullet

(Image: © Pocketpair)

First up, you need to locate a Pengullet. These ice-type pals are located near the coastline and won't be far from your starting point. Look from a high vantage point to identify where there is coastline, and head there! When you're there, locate a Pengullet and fight it.

2. Pick up the dropped loot

(Image: © Pocketpair)

Once defeated, the Pengullet will drop loot. Pick it up.

3. Check inventory for Ice Organs

(Image: © Pocketpair)

You will now see that Ice Organs have been added to your inventory.


That's really all there is to it. If you'd like to read more tutorials for Palworld, check out out guide on how to get Paldium in Palworld next. You might also be interested in finding out why Palworld is in trouble already and why you should play Palworld on Steam instead of Xbox.

Peter Wolinski
Editor, How To & Cameras

Peter is Editor of the How To and Camera sections at Tom's Guide. As a writer, he covers topics including tech, photography, gaming, hardware, motoring and food & drink. Outside of work, he's an avid photographer, specialising in architectural and portrait photography. When he's not snapping away on his beloved Fujifilm camera, he can usually be found telling everyone about his greyhounds, obsessively detailing his car, squeezing as many FPS as possible out of PC games, and perfecting his espresso shots.