This guide will be focusing on the complete process of unlocking reactions and putting them to use in the game Animal Crossing: New Horizons. To give you a bit of info about these reactions, you will find a huge variety of reactions available in the game for the players. You can use these reactions, which are similar to emojis, to express your current emotions throughout the gameplay. In this Animal Crossing: New Horizons guide, we are going to go over how you can unlock and use reactions.
How To Unlock Reactions In Animal Crossing: New Horizons
The quantity of reactions available in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, exceeds 40. These include everyday emotions like laughter or greet and can also portray more complicated reactions like distress and aggravation. If these reactions are used in the vicinity of another person, then you will be able to interact with them.
The players can use the reactions concerning what is happening in the game’s environment. For example, when seeing a tarantula, you can use a fearful reaction. Or seeing a butterfly, you can respond with the glee reaction.
To obtain these reactions, you simply need to communicate with the villagers around you. The first of your reactions will be unlocked on Day 4 of the game. Also, you can acquire a reaction if a villager addresses you by your name. You will be able to collect a good number of reactions during a week which will allow you to express your emotions more freely during the game.
How To Use Reactions
For seeing a list of all the reactions, you will need to press XR which will reveal and access wheel that will display eight reactions that can be used asap. To use them just select the reaction of your preference using the left joystick, and then Press A to display the reaction.
If the number of reactions you possess rises above 8, then pressing Y will make them all appear on your screen. You can then customize your access wheel to keep with the reactions you use more often. Pressing y inside the library will also allow you to try out a reaction.
That is all for our Animal Crossing: New Horizons reactions guide. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our spirit wisp guide. For more content, be sure to check out our Animal Crossing New Horizons guides hub.
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