How to Play MoCo Supercell New Monster Hunting Game

If you want to know how to play MoCo, the new monster hunting game by Supercell, (or as they stylize it), you’ve come to the right place. First off, we’ll talk a little bit about the release date of, and then we’ll explain how to sign up for the upcoming beta. Let’s jump right into it!

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how to play moco supercell new monster hunting game
How to Play MoCo Supercell New Monster Hunting Game

Supercell MoCo Release Date

Before we get into how to play MoCo, the new monster hunting game by Supercell, we have a few other details to cover. According to the official website, the first beta is going to kick off at the beginning of October 2023. That’s all we know at the moment. I assume that there is going to be at least one more beta two or three months later, and then the full launch about a month or so after that. I’m saying this entirely based on conjecture; there’s no official info on anything beyond the October beta. I expect that everyone will be able to play MoCO (or in early 2024. We’ll have to wait and see, of course.

How to Play Supercell MoCo Beta

To play the beta of the new monster hunting game by Supercell, MoCo aka, you will have to sign up on the official website. You can find the link in the previous paragraph. Just scroll down a little bit, and you’ll find the sign up button pretty easily. Of course, I’m sure that you’ll have to agree to some stuff, possibly even an NDA. I don’t know, I’m not interested in signing up. However, there is a pretty strict limitation with this particular beta, and that’s that only people from the United States need apply. So, this is just the first step. Trust and believe that Supercell will hold at least one global beta before launch. We’ll keep you posted.

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