Large interlayer spacing and the ability to host large alkali-metal ions, of two-dimensional (2D) materials based on transition metal di-chalcogenides (TMDs) enable next-generation battery development beyond lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. In addition, compelling but rarely inspected TMD alloys provide additional opportunities to tailor bandgap and enhance thermodynamic stability. This study explores the sodium-ion (Na-ion) and potassium-ion (K-ion) storage behavior of cation-substituted molybdenum tungsten diselenide (MoWSe2), a TMD alloy. This research also investigates upper potential suspension to overcome obstacles commonly associated with TMD materials, such as capacity fading at high current rates, prolonged cycling conditions, and voltage polarization during conversion reaction. The voltage cut-off was restricted to 1.5 V, 2.0 V, and 2.5 V to realize the material's Na+ and K+ ion storage behavior. Three-dimensional (3D) surface plots of differential capacity analysis up to prolonged cycles revealed the convenience of voltage suspension as a viable method for structural preservation.