Just how can I establish my steed's features (rate, endurance, and so on) in Red Dead Redemption?
If your interested concerning the various steed types, http://reddead.wikia.com/wiki/Horses supplies all the statistics for each and every type of steed. Screenshots of the various steeds permit you to establish which one you presently have and also if you actually intend to bet the cash for a far better one. It additionally has areas in the wild to show you where to capture the steed, if you have not yet opened the act for that certain steed.
The website additionally reveals steeds that can not be acquired or captured such as the Dark steed and also the pre - order War steed.
There are just 3 steeds worth buying.
- Kentucky Saddler (avg rate, avg damages resistance)
- Hungarian Half - Bred (slower rate, greater damages resistance)
- American Standardbred (faster rate, lower damages resistance)
The rate and also damages resistance kept in mind remain in relationship per various other, when contrasting these steed to any kind of various other in the video game all 3 have greater rate and also damages resistance.
Screenshots of the various steeds permit you to establish which one you presently have due to the fact that all the steeds of a particular type have the very same color scheme, or you can contrast what's in the store to what you have.
I think that it holds true that all the steeds of a particular type have the very same color scheme. So if you're seeking a certain steed, you can go looking for one, and also when you see the appropriate color scheme, you need to be excellent to go. As an example, I think that the all white steed is the Hungarian Half-Bred.
Alternatively, if you're interested concerning the steed you have, you can most likely to a store, and also contrast the steeds they have readily available with your own ... if you read the summaries you can locate the one that matches your own. About talking, the rate will certainly mirror the total value. (This will not take small distinctions right into account ... as Jon states, there are 3 steeds that cost $750, and also they have a little various data from each various other ... yet all are far better than their $250 or $500 equivalents).