Emotes in Remnant 2 have a number of applications. Aside from being a mode of communication when using matchmaking to play with randoms, you can also use them to get a secret item called Jester’s Bell. Despite having some applications, the game does not explain anything about using Emotes. That is what this guide is all about! In this guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about how to using Emotes in Remnant 2.


Remnant 2 How to Emote

Whether you are on PC or consoles, using Emotes in Remnant 2 is simple. Here is how you can do it:

PCHold the G button on your keyboard to open the Emote Menu. Select one of Emote 1 / Emote 2 and then click on the Emote you want to do.
ConsolesOn consoles, hold the D-pad to open the Emote Menu. Once again, select Emote 1 or Emote 2 and choose the one that you want to do.

There are a lot of Emotes to choose from — these range from pointing in a direction to show loot, signaling enemies, greetings, to a clear-cut reference to Dark Souls by FromSoftware.

Why Use Emotes

While you can always rely on voice communication when playing with friends or via LFG using Remnant’s official Discord, it is not an option while trying to matchmake an Adventure. This is where using Emotes can be really helpful! You cannot only show your teammates loot, share dungeons locations, or just communicate a little — there are plenty of options.


Aside from this, Emotes have in-game application as well. For instance, if you use the ‘Clap’ while the Jester is performing in Losomn, you will get an Amulet named Jester’s Bell which is pretty good for a number of builds.

Lastly, a glitch allowed people to use the ‘High-Five’ to get into closed door, accessing otherwise inaccessible areas. It has been patched now but it was fun to mess around when it was available.

This is everything we have on how to emote in Remnant 2. If there is anything else that you would like to add, be sure to let us know in the comments down below!