Minecraft is a type of sandbox video game that has been created by Markus “Notch” Persson. The game is developed by Mojang Studios and was officially released in the year 2011. After the release, the game became a super hit and sold around 200 million copies across all platforms.
The game is also considered to be the best selling game of all time with over 126 million monthly active users currently. A number of players have been asking for ways to use emotes in their game. But still if one cannot figure out “how to use emotes in Minecraft”, they can see our step by step guide to use emotes their game. Here are steps to that show how to use emotes in Minecraft.
- Source: Minecraft official Website
How to Use Emotes in Minecraft?
The character creator includes emotes. A character creator is basically a feature that allows the users to customize their skins with free and paid-for cosmetic items. The players can access this feature by clicking the character profile button on the main menu. This feature also allows users to equip capes.
Similarly, the users can select their favourite emotes from the several ones that are available for free, purchase and can also be obtained as achievement rewards. A player can “equip” around 6 of their emotes at a single time. Pressing the B button or D-Pad left on Xbox One controllers, left button/D-Pad left on Nintendo Switch controllers, D-Pad left on PlayStation 4 controllers or even tapping the Emote button on the top of the screen opens the emote menu.
- “Over There!”
- “Simple Clap”
- “The Hammer”
- “Diamonds To You!”
- “The Pickaxe”
- “Follow Me”
What new additions are included in Nether update?
- Added Basalt Deltas biome to the Nether
- Added Crimson Forest biome to the Nether
- Added Hoglins
- Added Netherite
- Added Piglins
- Added ruined portals
- Added Soulsand Valley biome to the Nether
- Added Striders
- Added Warped Forest biome to the Nether
- Added Zoglins
- Added a new disableChat command line option – when used, receiving and sending online chat is disabled
- Added a new disableMultiplayer command line option – when used, the Multiplayer button is disabled
- Added bastion remnants
- Added new Game Mode Switcher debug menu
- Added new Nether blocks
- Added the Soul Speed enchantment
- Added the lodestone
- Added the respawn anchor that allows you to set your respawn point in the Nether.