How to Respawn in Muck Game

Here's how the Muck respawn system works in both single-player and multiplayer.

Since the release of Muck, a new free-to-play survival game on Steam, players have been wondering how the Muck respawn system works. It turns out that after death you don't actually respawn but simply lose all your progress and start a new game from scratch.

This guide will provide you with tips on how to respawn in Muck, as well as how to revive your other teammates. Spoiler: you'll need a mod to respawn in single-player, but we tell you how to get it. 

How to Respawn in Muck Game

Multiplayer Respawn

At launch, there was no option to respawn at all. But now players have the option to revive their teammates using special Revive Totems in multiplayer only.

These totems appear when one of the players dies on a multiplayer server. When other players interact with the totem, the dead player respawns.

This option is currently available during daytime for free. But if you want to revive your teammates at night, you will have to pay some coins.

Single Player Respawn

Currently, the single-player respawn mechanic has not been implemented in Muck. But there is a custom modification that allows players to set respawn points in single-player. This mod can be installed after joining the Muck Discord group.

Once you've joined the group and downloaded the mod, follow these steps:

  1. Go to your Steam library
  2. Right-click on Muck and select "Properties"
  3. Go to "Local Files" and select "Browse"
  4. Copy the mod folder into the "\steamapps\common\Muck\Muck_Data\"
  5. Confirm to rewrite the existing files

Now, you can start the game, and when you die, your character will automatically respawn at the same spot within five seconds.

That's all you need to know on how to respawn in Muck, in both multiplayer and single-player. If this article was helpful to you, then consider giving it a share!


Sergey has been a freelancer in the video games industry for more than five years, writing for various publications around the world. His favorite games are MtG, Dark Souls, Diablo, and Divinity: Original Sin.

Games Muck Genres Free to PlaySurvival Platforms PC Tags guidemuck guidestips
Published Jun. 11th 2021

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