While the single player may be the biggest part of Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, the game also boasts a rather fun multiplayer as well. This includes the ability to use characters from the franchise, some of which don’t even show up in the single player, which can then be customized, including a variety of taunts.

Taunts are exactly what they sound like, which you can use in multiplayer to tease the enemy, especially after you kill them. There are 38 total in the game, and we re going to tell you how to get them and then use them in battle.

There are technically two ways to get these, like with the other purchasable items in the game. The first is outright to just purchase them with Uncharted Points that you can buy with real money. The other is to spend Relics on chests and hope you get the item in a random drop. Obviously, the first one is the only surefire way to get the one you want.

Uncharted Points will cost you real money, but if you got either of the special editions or pre-ordered the game, you should have received some Uncharted Points to start off with. If you do have then, what you need to do is go into multiplayer and enter the store.

Use R1 to move over to the Customization tab and then move down and select Taunts. Here, there are three options with Classic, Dances, and Taunts with Props. All you have to do is select one of these and go in and purchase the one you want with Classic ones being the cheapest.

After doing this, go back to the main multiplayer menu and select Customization. Choose the character you want to use the taunt with and press X and then use R1 to scroll over to the Taunts tab. This is very simple and definitely will add a little more style to your characters in multiplayer.