Merge Mansion Cemetery, How to Enter New Area

If you’re having trouble figuring out how to enter the new Merge Mansion Cemetery area, don’t worry, we’re here to help you out. We are going to explain what you need to do in order to unlock the Boulton Family Cemetery in this guide. Turns out, it’s relatively simple. Doesn’t mean it’s not a lot of work, but at least it’s not some convoluted process.

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Merge Mansion Cemetery, How to Enter New Area

How to Unlock Cemetery Area in Merge Mansion

To unlock and enter the new Cemetery area in Merge Mansion, you first have to complete the Tennis Court. That area itself only becomes available after you finish The Maze. That’s really the only requirement, as far as we can tell. However, I have seen some people complain that they have completed the Tennis Court but still can’t access the Cemetery. That might be some kind of bug, and restarting the app should fix it. However, it could also be the case that you need to wrap up some of the other, previous areas. We don’t know for certain at the moment. If you know more, feel free to let us know in the comments below. Long story short, though, just finish the Tennis Court and the Cemetery should open up.

So, there you go, that’s how you unlock and enter the new Merge Mansion Cemetery area. Now, that doesn’t mean that the Halloween event has begun quite yet. In the words of the developers themselves, you can expect to see “a variety of events to celebrate Halloween starting on Friday the 14th of October for players on Level 12 or higher.” So, while the Boulton Family cemetery is definitely a creepy place on its own, but the real scares have not yet truly begun. At the time of writing, we don’t yet know what these Halloween events are going to be. However, we’ll probably be covering them in our guides, so stay tuned!

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