V Rising has a large world map that has 5 different regions on it. The players start off in the Farbane Woods region and from there, they have to play through the game and settle in their bases to survive in the world. The players have to travel very far in the world in search of resources or to defeat enemies and there are several ways of traveling in this game. You can do traveling through cave paths, Vampire Teleports, Change form, or Ride on a Horse. Of all of these traveling methods, the most useful is the Horse but horses can also be killed in action so you also have to keep them safe. In this guide, we will go through the Complete guide of Horse so, you can understand all the aspects of Horse in V Rising.
Getting A Horse
If you want to get the Horse quickly in the game, you can go to the Farms in the Dunley Farmlands region and you’ll find horses there which you can equip. Dunley Farmlands have many farms in which you can also find horses with high stats.
The controls of the Horse are basic, the movement keys are the W, A, S, D and you can gallop your horse with the Spacebar key. To slow down the Horse just press S.
To see the horse’s stats, just get on the horse and press the tab key, it will open the character menu as well as the stats for the horse. There are three stats for the horse. Max Speed, Acceleration, and Rotation Speed. All the horses have different stats and if you want a fast horse then you can check the stats when you get on it.
Feed the Horse
The Horse has also a time of staying alive, if you don’t feed your horse it will die when the times run out. You can see the time in their stats tab. You need to feed them with the Water Filled Canteens. You can put three Water Filled Canteens at one time and it will increase their time of living. You can get the water-filled canteen from other horses, you can kill horses and grab the canteens and then feed them to your personal horse.
Rename the Horse
You can also change the name of the horse. You can do that by getting on the horse and opening the stats of the horse, and then clicking on the top right of the stats tab. A new window will open in which you can change the name or pick a random name for your horse.
You can also do combat while sitting on a horse but if you take a hit from the enemy, you will fall down and your horse will also take damage and he will run around a bit. But if you can handle the horse pretty well then you can hit the enemies while moving on a horse and you also deal a great amount of damage.
That is pretty much it for the horses in this game and we hope that this guide might have helped you in some way.