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How to Emote in Remnant 2 – Best Emotes

Praise the only thing worth praising!

In Remnant 2 some would say that it is best experienced in multiplayer. The reasons for this is, unlike other Souls-like games, multiplayer is never really an option aside from PvP features. Whilst Elden Ring incorporated more co-op experiences when fighting gigantic and intense boss fights, nothing quite hits like the co-op feature in Remnant 2 where it is actually recommended to play through the entire game with friends. Not only should you play with friends but there is also the replayability aspect of Remnant that offers a different experience upon every playthrough as there are no guarantees that the boss you meet around the corner will be the same as the one you met in the same area previously. This is Vincent’s guide on how to emote and the best to use in Remnant 2.

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How to Open the Emote Wheel in Remnant 2

Emoting in video games have become an essential part in multiplayer games. From the infamous Fortnite dances to the taunting moves of Overwatch and Apex Legends characters after killing the opposition. No longer is teabagging a viable source in multiplayer games as it has become an outdated form of taunting those you cannot hear. But in games such as Remnant 2, the emote system follows suit to games such as Destiny 2 in that it can allow you to communicate with others when a mic system is not available. So whether or not you wish to play Remnant but do not have a mic to converse with your friends, the emote system acts as a way to communicate your most important messages in-game.

Looking to give your teammates positive reinforcement for their hard work in a boss fight or just trying to upset the boss in the middle of an intense arena battle as your friends slowly die one by one? Well, you can do all this and more with the emote wheel available in game at all times. To open the wheel, you need to press and hold ‘G’. From here the menu wheel will come up where you can select from either Emotes 1 or Emotes 2. Under both sections you will have a total of 16 emotes to choose from that will initiate upon hitting left-mouse click on your chosen emote.

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Best Emotes to Use in Co-op

Some of the best emotes to use in Remnant 2 are the ‘Praise the Gun’ which has your character lift the gun above their head. A great reference to Dark Soul’s iconic Praise the Sun emote, Praise the Gun highlights the best aspect of the game – a Souls-like with guns. Looking for the perfect time to whip this one out? In the middle of a battle of course. Just do not let the enemy one shot you as you attempt this. You can also use this as a celebration to truly let your teammates know that you and you alone were the reason the boss died.

Other great emotes are hidden in the Emotes 2 section where you can ‘High Five’ your teammates so long as you time the execute right and fall to the ground with ‘Exhaustion’ to really tell yourself and your friends that what you have just been through was rough and you need a moment to recuperate.


That was our quick guide on how emotes work in Remnant 2. For more on the latest video games including guides, news and a lot of opinions, please take a look at our other GJ articles here. Thank you for reading this guide.

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Hadley Vincent
Hadley is a Freelance Writer for Gamer Journalist. They have been with the company since October 2022. With a BSc Honors in Psychology, Hadley focuses their creativity and passion for Video Games by primarily covering Horror, FPS, and anything with a great narrative. You will often find Hadley covering the latest indie horror games or deploying into Call of Duty's DMZ. They love a good story and one that can keep them up at night, be that for its scares or its lore.