, released in 2010, marked a new direction for the franchise and introduced a number of new and improved mechanics — including a greater focus on horses. The game's predecessors, and included horses and some horse riding, but not to the extent that's utilized in later games.
There are a variety of steeds that players can tame in, with different levels of speed, stamina, and health. The ability to choose colors and breeds while also taming and improving horses makes it easy to bond with whichever horse the player has chosen. As users progress through the game, they receive access to increasingly powerful horses.
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The Infested Ardennais is undoubtedly the worst horse in. Cursed with low speed, stamina, and health, the only saving grace of the Infested Ardennais is its incredibly low purchasing price, the cheapest in the game — only $50. It's the slowest horse available and John Marston will look visibly unhappy while riding it. Moreover, players have to be careful not to overwork the Ardennais, as it is prone to collapse.
A one-star horse and one of the slowest in the game, the Lusitano Nag is the second mount unlocked in multiplayer mode — after the mule. In the single-player campaign, the Lusitano Nag can be obtained for a fee of $250; however, it's recommended players trade it as soon as possible. Seth Briars rides this Nag in the single-player game and the sickly appearance of this horse makes it a good match for the malnourished-looking Seth.
The price of horses can change depending on John's Honor level. Higher Honor can mean lower prices.
The Jaded Tersk is one of the slowest horses in the game, a stat that makes its $250 price tag too high. ARead more on screenrant.com