View Full Version : Horses - are great!

07-13-2017, 08:19 PM
Playing the game about country life.....and not riding horses??? Something wrong. I hope developers will let us riding horses and galloping in the game. Their elephants in FarCry4 were awsome.....and why not horses in FarCry5?!!! I've made a variation about it!

07-13-2017, 09:04 PM
Some of us think we might see horses it has been mentioned in conversation, if you look at the new Assassins Creed game they have really cool looking horses and they have supposedly borrowed animals from Far Cry before so maybe we get the same horses they are using.

There is also a pic of a bull so we might get to ride those, when I played the demo I should have gone slowly up to the cow to see if I could climb on it's back but instead I smashed it in the face with a double handed throw with the baseball bat.

Someone on here said there might be rodeo so that would be interesting, maybe the story has mini games or challenges.

Canadian Beer42
07-13-2017, 09:37 PM
I couldn't agree more, rideable horses are a must have. Imagine riding up on horses to an outpost with your buddy and taking out the baddies.

07-13-2017, 11:55 PM
While we never made a thread for it, it has been discussed & I think most agree that ride-able horses would fit the game and be a worthwhile addition. They'd have their uses, specifically for being superior transport up mountain trails, something the quad bikes sort of struggle with. Would also be something that you could feasibly shoot primary weapons from rather than vehicles restricting you to side arms...

07-15-2017, 07:44 PM
FarCry5 - must be triumph of Montana's beauty! Its wonderful nature: forests, mountains, lakes and animals! I've made variation......

07-17-2017, 09:20 PM
Friends, let's relax a bit in Montana! I've made another country variation!

07-18-2017, 06:28 PM

07-26-2017, 12:09 AM
Yes I have to go along with horses. In FC4 I enjoyed working with the elephants, however in the states the horse is what got America moving. The early trappers walked, may have also used mules to tote their equipment/supplies; but horses got others moving across the country, i.e. wagon trains, etc. Those who know what a horse can do can use them to accomplish great feats. There was a news story out of W. MT a couple of years ago of a female horse-guide who put her horse between a charging grizzly and one of her tourists and their horse, to prevent them and their horse from being sliced up by the bear's claws. That action was praised by those who saw or repeated it.