The ability to dance in Rust keeps players entertained. Emotes were introduced into Rust after the Voice Props paid DLC. Players were able to show several different gestures and express their different feelings. The DLC comes at USD 7.49.
If you own the Rust “Voice Props” DLC, you can press and hold down B on your keyboard. This will open up an emote wheel from where you can select three emotes or dance gestures. You can select from Twist, Cabbage Patch, and Raise Roof. Express yourself on the battlefield!
In this article, we will go through how to dance in Rust and what exactly dances in Rust are.
What Are Dances In Rust?
Rust is more of a survival game, so you will spend most of your time trying to survive and finding food or shelter. Though, sometimes you can be feeling a little goofy and actually just want to get on Rust to hang out and mess with your friends because well I enjoy doing it.
That’s where the Rust emotes come in handy. The dances in Rust were introduced with the Voice Props DLC, which costs around USD 7.49 which is not that much. The DLC did not just have these dances. It came with a Cassette Recorder, 3 lengths of cassette Boombox, a Portable Boombox, MegaPhone, a Microphone, and many more things!
You can use the dances in Rust to express yourself to other players. Though you might be having fun doing these dances it is better always to keep yourself on guard…. just to keep yourself safe.
How Can I Dance In Rust?
If you have bought the Rust Voice Props DLC you might be having a hard time figuring out how to actually dance well, worry not we have got you covered. You can easily dance in Rust by pressing and holding B on your keyboard.
This will open an emote wheel which gives a selection of 3 different dances and some gestures to choose from. Unlike gestures, these dances will continue to play endlessly, and you will not be able to move while your character is dancing. If you want to cancel a dance, you can press a moving input, crouch, LMB, or jump.
Is The Voice Prop DLC Available On Consoles?
Rust is available on consoles as well but many features of the game have been removed on consoles or simply just not released. One of those features includes the Gesture and Dance system.
The developer of Rust Facepunch says that they are trying to bring fun features like these on all platforms.
“Our first post-launch update aims to bring the highly requested Tech Tree, a great update to the gameplay, as well as Gestures that will improve how you communicate in the game.”
The Gesture system was introduced into the game, which was very similar to the Dancing system. Gestures were meant to be used for expressing yourself, just like Dances, but the only difference was that they weren’t endless. They would play for a limited amount of time and then end.
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The Voice Props downloadable content made it possible to dance. Players can show their emotions on the battlefield by performing one of three emotes: the Twist, the Cabbage Patch, or the Raise Roof.
With the introduction of the Gesture and Dance system, Rust players can now express themselves. by pressing and holding B on their keyboards. Remember to keep yourself safe, as Rust is still Rust…have fun dancing!