Overwatch has officially released Overwatch 2, an update to one of their most well-liked online multiplayer games. Since October 4, 2022, players can download and play the upgraded version of the game.
Overwatch, one of the most popular hero shooters currently available in the gaming industry, has garnered a lot of acclaim and excellent reviews from all corners. You are assigned a group of heroes to help you complete tasks and fight the other team in the game. Just like in any team sport, effective communication can be the difference between success and failure. If you decide to engage with online strangers in this way, emotes can be used in place of text or voice chat. These in-game mini-animations vary based on the character, but a commonality throughout all emote motions is how much fun it is to show them off when you succeed and how much you want to hide them when things are going poorly. Additionally, you might not have enough time to type a complete statement and instead decide to send an emoji or strike a pose to express how you are feeling while playing the game. In this article, we’re going to tell you how exactly you can use and change emojis in or strike a pose in Overwatch 2. So, continue reading!
Overwatch 2: How to change emotes or pose?
Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to do the same:
Step 1: To strike a pose in the game, just press the “D-Pad” button and hold it down till you can see a transparent wheel on your screen. While holding the same, navigate and select a pose and you’ll be able to do it.
Step 2: Now, to send an emote, just again press and hold down the “D-Pad” button and then press “R1” to head over to the dedicated “emote page“. Here, you’ll be able to select any 1 out of 4 emotes from your collection and use them in game.
Step 3: If you want to change or modify the above choices, get back to the game’s “Home screen” and click on “Heroes.” Select any hero from the list, scroll down to “Emote” and choose an emote from the list of unlocked ones. Add it to an “empty slot” and that’s it. Do the same process for other heroes.
That’s all, folks! We hope that we were able to help you use and change emotes in the Overwatch 2 game.
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