MultiVersus is a 2v2 platform fighter in which players battle on different levels and attempt to knock their opponents outside the arena’s boundaries, with characters being knocked further the more damage they take. If you are a Super Mario Bros. Brawl fan, you should try this one. The game is currently under the Early Access beta and is available for the major platforms.
This game accumulates characters from DC Comics, Warner Bros, Cartoon Network, etc. This is a free-to-play game developed by Player First games and published by Warner Bros Interactive.
Taunting other players is a tradition in video games, especially competitive games. We have seen many funny emotes and teases in games, mainly Fortnite.
We loved those animations and emoted. And this game didn’t disappoint us as well. The taunt is a show-off when you beat your opponent in any game.
Taunting is a funny way to embarrass your opponent when you beat them, and your funny and friendly personality emerges immediately.
Multiversus features taunts for every character, which shows how responsive they are in different situations. So this article will guide you on how to taunt other players in Multiversus.
How to taunt players in Multiversus
Performing taunt on other players is easy. It just takes you to press a button.
- If you are playing on the PlayStation or the Xbox Gaming Consoles, then pressing the d-pad button will let you choose your current emote. By default, your emote will be set to the Up button.
- If you play Multiversus on PC, you already have your emotes set to keys one or T (or 1), 2, 3, and 4. Like on consoles, select the Taunt you want to perform and press the required button to do it.
All the characters in the game have their emote setup to the Up button by default, or you can press the T button on the keyboard to perform the taunt.
To change the key bindings, you will have to first go to Collection, and then you will have to choose the Character. After selecting the character, click on the emotes next to the fighter’s icon.
You can unlock more taunts by progressing through the battle pass or buying it with the premium Gleamium in-game currency. Remember, the Gleamium can only be purchased using real-world money.
Although you might feel that the emotes already present in the game are not enough, you should understand that this is a free-to-play game.
The emotes don’t affect any of your character stats, so it is more of a cosmetic skill rather than a useful one.
If you made up your mind to buy Gleamium, we suggest you first invest in battle pass, character unlocks, etc., before buying emotes for the fighter in Multiversus.
So this is how you can taunt other players in Multiversus.
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That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on July 29, 2022
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