Make Sure To Keep Your Horses Alive In Red Dead Redemption 2 Because It Matters

The Red Dead Redemption 2 trailer rolled out a few days back and following that there have been various details regarding the game afloat on the internet. Like the recently released screenshots of the game, which gave away a lot of insights regarding the game. Although there is this one new thing which has not been discussed much, but the official Twitter account of Red Dead Redemption recently did. Just make one thing sure, keep your horses alive in the game, because it matters.

In this recent Tweet post, some interesting details have been given. As you may know that, Horses, were gamified in the first sequel of the game. Where ever you were, all you had to do was, whistle, and it would gallop to your side. Only this time they have amped up the realism in this department.

Now the more you ride, feed and groom your horse the stronger will your bond be. Some may think that, what is the use of this bond, in the overall game. They should know that the realism doesn’t finish here. It is important for you and your horse to have a strong bond, because, in precarious situations, it will have an influence on the horse.

When you will come across various situations, like shootouts, or coming across nature’s most formidable animals. If your bond is weak, the horse may throw you of its back and sprint away, taking your best supplies and the best weapons along with it, leaving you in the danger.

So, training your horse and developing a strong bond makes it all the more important, in Red Dead Redemption 2. Should your horse die, you will have to restart the bonding process all over again. So make sure to keep your horse alive in the game, because not only it matters but it will be pretty annoying to start developing the bond all over again.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is scheduled to roll out on October 26th for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.