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joshua969
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#91

Posted 3 weeks ago

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So..don't walk carelessly near the bayou edge, got it.

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#92

Posted 3 weeks ago

Horse confirmed, obviously, but not sure if it's pointed out the variation of horse breeds found in game. Not sure if the horse on the right is a clydesdale or some other draft horse breed but look how much more stocky and built it is compared to the more common horse on the left. 

 

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 Same comparison with stocky horse on right compared to the other horse in the shot, look at those haunches! Possibly the same horse.

 

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#93

Posted 2 weeks ago

^^^
Good eye, that actually something I really wanted in a new Red Dead. Different horse breeds that weren't just recolours but actual different shapes and sizes.
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#94

Posted 2 weeks ago

^^^
Good eye, that actually something I really wanted in a new Red Dead. Different horse breeds that weren't just recolours but actual different shapes and sizes.


Pretty sure RDR1 had different shapes and sizes for horses though.

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#95

Posted 2 weeks ago

^^^
Good eye, that actually something I really wanted in a new Red Dead. Different horse breeds that weren't just recolours but actual different shapes and sizes.

Pretty sure RDR1 had different shapes and sizes for horses though.

It had healthy horses and sickly skinny horses and that was it. I'm talking about different shapes and sizes for healthy horses.

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#96

Posted 2 weeks ago Edited by _Complexity, 2 weeks ago.

Exactly, like a quarter horse... they have huge rear ends, and a thicker build. Stallions are just huge and muscular in general not being gelded and all, so thier physical apperaence should be way more of a stand out then it was in RDR1. And diffirent types of horse behavior would be a good thing to add. Like if you dont take the time to really break your horse and work with it, and feed it then it shouldnt perform as well as a horse that has all that care. Just an idea 


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#97

Posted 2 weeks ago

I am gonna go for a Grizzly hunt with my mates definitely. I hope they are even stronger than before! Still scares the crap out of me when I suddenly get mauled from behind xD

About bisons/buffalo. Per country they mean a different thing. In my country the buffalo is somesort of ox and the bison well... the buffalo. I have no idea why xD

Anyone noticed a moose? I really hope we will see those in the game.
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#98

Posted 2 weeks ago Edited by MojoGamer, 2 weeks ago.

Horse's ballsack confirmed, but it blurred out for those sensitive to mature video games.

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#99

Posted A week ago Edited by Johnson Johnson, A week ago.

Looks like a rabbit at the beggining of trailer 2





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