Evaluations of the current output from emitter arrays have been carried out based on time-dependent kinetic simulations that include many-body Coulombic contributions from the electron swarm, geometric field enhancements with shielding based on a line charge model, and dynamic screening due to the evolution of the swarm in the position and velocity space. Numerical evaluations are applied to different multi-emitter array arrangements having a hexagonal lattice, with a focus on bimodal distributions. Our results show the expected role of field screening with reductions in emitter separation and positional dependence within the array based on connectivity. Different patterns were examined within a hexagonal lattice structure. For a bimodal distribution, output current optimization is shown for alternating arrangements with three or more successive emitters of the same length along primitive axes predicted to have an advantage.