Free Fire emotes are a fun way for players to interact with others. Whether it be just playing around with friends, showing off after a kill, or taunting enemies from a distance, emotes give your character unique movements. The recent Emote Party Free Fire event lets players draw and win from a number of legendary and rare emotes that players can draw. The Grand Prize emotes include More Practice, Doggie, and Booyah! The Emote Party event officially started on April 29, 2021, and will last till May 5, 2021. Here is more information about the Emote Party event and a list of all the rewards including grand prizes and normal prizes.
Free Fire Emote Party Event
The Emote party event started last Thursday and includes two main ways for players to get these emotes. There are two types of draws, namely Normal Draw and Super Draw which players will need Diamonds to use.
Normal Draw gives you a chance to win any prize out of the whole prize pool. If players pick a Super Draw they are guaranteed to win an emote, either a normal one or a legendary one. Additionally, the fifth Super Draw guarantees players the More Practice emote, and every fifth Super Draw after that gives players a random unknown legendary emote. The prize pool consists of normal prizes, normal emotes and legendary emotes.
Grand Prize Emotes
Non-emote prizes for Emote Party event
- Cube Fragment
- Diamond Royale Voucher
- Weapon Royale Voucher
- Great Plunder Groza Box
- Carrot-Nator AN94 Box
- Master of Minds Gun Box
- Justice Fighter Gun Box
- Victory Wings Gun Box
- Pharaoh Gun Box
- Shark Attack Gun Box
- Endless Oblivion Badge
- 50x Universal Fragment
- Pet Foot
- Gold Royale Voucher
- Summon Airdrop
How to equip emotes in Free Fire
Players can equip up to 8 emotes and can change them from the main menu. Here are the steps to equip emotes in Free Fire:
Step 1: From the main menu, go to Collection.
Step 2: Click on the Emote tab.
Step 3: In the Emote tab, select any vacant slot and select the emote you want to add.
Players can replace emotes by selecting the slot they wish to change and then selecting the emote they want to use. Note that players will not be able to change their emotes while in battle so make sure you select the right emotes before entering a match.