Developer Phoenix Labs is now out with their second game, Fae Farm. Their previous game and debut title, Dauntless, was inspired by Capcom’s Monster Hunter, and this one is inspired by Nintendo’s Animal Crossing. Officially released on September 8, 2023, Fae Farm is now available for both Windows PC and Nintendo Switch. As the name might suggest, Fae Farm is a farm sim where you tend to your magical creatures, create potions, and uncover various mysteries in the magical land of Azoria. In the sea of countless farm sims, it’s hard to survive if your game is not unique enough. And it seems like Fae Farm has enough of that to stand out. Fans who love this genre just got Singularity 6’s Palia last month in August, and with the release of Fae Farm, the fun isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Now, one thing that’s common with many farm sims is that, despite being mostly indie titles, they have so much content that it can be overwhelming for newcomers. That’s why guides are so popular. And this one, in particular, we have shared how you can use emotes in the game.
Believe it or not, emotes are quite important in games. There are a ton of titles that don’t come with a dedicated communication feature. And so, emotes are used to communicate with others. Plus, many players are mic-shy and, as such, prefer using emotes for the same purpose. Emotes are particularly popular within the MMO community. In the case of Fae Farm, the game also features emotes, both for communicating with others and completing some in-game tasks. So it is only evident that players would want to use them. So, how do you do that? Let’s find out!
Fae Farm: How to use Emotes (Wave Emote)?
Using emotes in Fae Farm is just a few button presses away. If you are on a PC, click on the B key on your keyboard, and this will bring up the emote wheel. From there, you will be able to select the Wave emote (the most popular one) along with other available ones. Now, Nintendo Switch players will need to press the left button on their controller’s D-pad to bring up the emote wheel. Once it’s opened, players can use their controller’s left stick to navigate to the various emotes, including the wave emote. Once highlighted, selecting the A button on their controller will make their in-game character perform that emote.
There are eight default emotes on your emote wheel including the wave one. Well, do note that these emotes aren’t just for hi-hellos or communication. Take the wave emote, for example. You can use it to call over an animal where you are standing, provided the animal itself is nearby. Isn’t that neat?
Also, it is seen that some players had issues accessing the emote menu, and restarting the game usually fixes that. So, if you have encountered the same issue, now you know what needs to be done. Anyway, we hope you find this guide informative. For more such guides, keep checking out DigiStatement. Also, read: Animal Crossing New Horizons: How to get/unlock Axe
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