How To Perform Emotes In Remnant 2

Get detailed information on how to emote in Remnant 2 on all platforms to enjoy your victory stylishly and fabulously.

Remnant 2 features emotes in the gameplay, just like most of the RPGs. The emotes not only let you have some fun but are also a great way to express your joy after a victory. So, make sure you know how to use emote in Remnant 2 so you can use this entertaining feature while conquering all the in-game worlds. Bringing the emote prompt on the screen is different for the console and PC. 

Key Takeaways
  • Remnant 2 features emote option that you can use anytime while playing.
  • There are two Emote wheels and each wheel has different Emote pre-sets. 
  • On PC,  you can use the G button to bring up the emote wheel in Remnant 2. 
  • On PlayStation, use the R1 button to get the feature and perform the desired emote.
  • If you’re on Xbox, then use the RB button on the controller for the emote wheel to pop up in Remnant 2. 

How To Use Emotes In Remnant 2

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Emote Wheel [Image by eXputer]
Remnant 2 is a post-apocalyptic RPG full of action that immerses players in a world of danger and exploration. While survival and combats are crucial aspects, the game also offers a unique way to connect with other players and express yourself.

Emotes are a fun and interactive feature that allows players to communicate and interact with gestures and animations. Here is how you can bring up the emote wheel on your screen, depending on the type of platform you’re playing on.


  1. Press and hold the default button on the keyboard, and the emote menu will appear.
  2. After that, either select Emotes 1 or Emotes 2 option to open the set of emotes.
  3. Click on your desired Emote to let your character perform it.


  1. If you’re on PlayStation, hold the D-pad down button on the controller to bring up the emote menu.
  2. Use the R1 button to choose between Emotes 1 or Emotes 2.
  3. Press the R1 button once you’ve selected the emote you want to perform.


  1. For Xbox, you have to hold the D-pad down button on the controller.
  2. Once the menu appears, use the RB button to choose between Emotes 1 or Emotes 2 set.
  3. Once you’ve selected the desired emote, press the RB to perform it. 

Important: These are the default option to pop up the emote wheel. However, you can change the button anytime you want from the settings and replace the button according to your convenience.

All Emotes In Remnant 2 

Emotes in Remnant
Gesture Emotes [Image by eXputer]
You can perform 13 different types of emotes in Remnant 2 to express your actions. You also have the option of five voice lines to use from too.

Emotes 1 

The Emotes 1 wheel can have the following emotes:

  • Yes 
  • This Way 
  • No 
  • Clap 
  • Wave 
  • Laugh 
  • Cheer 
  • Beckon 

Emotes 2 

The Emotes 2 wheel has the following emotes:

  • Praise The Gun 
  • Fail 
  • High Five 
  • Confused 
  • Exhausted 

All the different emotes in Remnant can be used in several situations to show your expressions. For example, you can flex the “Praise the Gun” emote as a sign of celebration whenever to get a victory, or you can use the clap emote to cheer up your teammate. Just make sure that whenever you’re busy doing emotes, you’re in a safe place as you could be caught off guard while you’re distracted.

Now that you’ve learned to perform emotes, don’t forget to learn about Remnant 2’s Severed Hand. In addition to that, you can also have a look at the Council Tribunal and the Guilty Member questline to add some spice to your quests journey. Furthermore, make sure to g through the best games like Remnant 2, to get a taste of similar Soulslike titles.


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Huzaifa Malik

Huzaifa Malik is a Mobile Games Writer on eXputer who’s been playing FPS games like Call of Duty as far back as he can recall. He also loves to invest his time in mobile games and write about them in detail for his audience on eXputer. He majored in Architecture and has several years of experience writing for games. By following his passion for games, he chose eXputer as his hub to deliver information-rich articles. Experience: 3+ years || Education: Bachelor’s in Architecture || Published 100+ Guides

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