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How To Emote In Dark Souls 3

How To Emote In Dark Souls 3
Like the other entries in the series, Dark Souls 3 gives you the option to use emotes if you want. You start off with quite a few but you aren’t told how to use them. Check out this guide to find out How To Emote In Dark Souls III!

How To Emote In Dark Souls 3

In order to emote you will need to either press the center of the touch pad on PlayStation 4 or the select button on the Xbox one controller. I didn’t play the PC version so I’m not sure what button it is on there. When the menu is up on the PlayStation 4 you can use the motion sensors in the controller to use the emotes. You can also just go right over to a certain emote and select it to use it as well. You can test any emotes you have as well so you know which ones you want on your quick bars.

If you want to switch to another emote you can use Triangle or Y to do so. As you progress through the game you will get a lot more emotes so switching out for new ones will become second nature soon enough.

If you hold X on the Playstation 4 controller and tilt the controller it will go to the emote you tilted to. It is a bit clunky so I don’t use it much but the option is there.

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