How to Emote in MultiVersus : You’re not alone if you’re having trouble figuring out how to emote in MultiVersus. For starters, there is no emote button in the game.
Even if you manage to overcome that obstacle, you’re still not out of the woods. Why? Because MultiVersus fails miserably at registering emotes. This guide will attempt to assist you in completing the emote challenge.
How to Emote in MultiVersus
Before we get into how to do an emote in MultiVersus, we should issue a warning. The emotes are actually quite buggy. If you want to complete this challenge, we recommend doing the emotes at the very top of the match.
The game has a hard time registering them at any other point, especially near the end, when it flatly refuses to notice you did an emote. Some characters have it even worse than others;
Steven Universe is a prime example (but more about that in a different guide). To make matters worse, even if you do it at the start of a round or a match, it may not work properly. The only possible solution we know of is to reinstall MultiVersus. Please let us know if you have a better solution in the comments.
How to perform an emote in MultiVersus
Now that that’s out of the way, let’s go over how to perform an emote in MultiVersus.
You may have noticed that the game lacks an emote command. That’s because you’re supposed to perform a taunt. They could have phrased the challenge better to avoid confusion, but it is what it is.
You can use the default taunt for each character by pressing up on the d-pad or “T” or “1” on the keyboard.
So, that’s how you make a MultiVersus emote. More taunts can be unlocked and added, with their default buttons being the other d-pad directions or the numbers 2, 3, and 4 on the keyboard. It should be noted that some taunts register more easily than others.