That didn't go as planned when a Red Dead Redemption 2 player attempted to tame a horse in the game. Anything may happen in Red Dead Redemption 2's open world, even mishaps like the one in this video. Red Dead Redemption 2: Special Edition for Sale can be prepared by players enough.
Horses in Red Dead Redemption 2 are one of the most important elements of the game, and players should choose their mounts carefully. Players can buy high-quality horses from stables, or tame horses in the wild. As this player demonstrates, it's not always the greatest idea. Players new to the game may have better luck buying horses, as this is the best way to ensure their stats are as high as possible.
User Markhosias posted this horse training bug on Reddit. In the clip, they slowly approach wild Andalusia. As they calmed the horse, it slowly moved away from Red Dead Redemption 2 protagonist Arthur Morgan, then took a step and fell backwards down a high cliff. Players follow the horse to see if they survive, but unfortunately, it is found dead at the bottom of the drop. According to a comment on the post, luckily the horse respawns in the same spot after leaving the area, so the player isn't locked out of being able to tame the Andalusian horse.
Users in the thread thought the video was hilarious, with some claiming the horse would rather die than live as their pet. Over the years, the horses in the game have exhibited many strange behaviors. A clip in Red Dead Online even shows a horse attempting a backflip, which is pretty spectacular. It's admirable that Rockstar has managed to translate the unpredictability of wild animals into a video game, even if it seems silly at times. It's this silly little element that makes the experience so much fun.
Red Dead Redemption 2's horseback riding scene is so realistic that it's hard to see how Rockstar could improve it in a potential Red Dead Redemption 3. Still, the developers have become experts at raising the seemingly impossible bar over the years, so it's no surprise to see a sequel with incredible horse mechanics. With GTA VI still a top priority for Rockstar, gamers shouldn't expect to hear more from the open-world western series for a long time. For more game guides, please visit mmorpgm.com.