How to get a mount in Diablo 4

Getting a mount in Diablo 4 is essential to traversing from one region to another on the game’s huge map.

Diablo 4’s open world map allows players to visit all the different regions of Sanctuary without limitations. Over time, doing so becomes quite problematic if you don’t have a horse that makes it easy for you to get from one place to another.

So if you are suffering while trying to explore the game map, don’t worry! In this article, we explain how you can get a mount in Diablo 4 and how the stable works.

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How to get a mount in Diablo 4

To get a mount in Diablo 4, you must first unlock this feature. So, you must first reach Act IV of the campaign and complete the quest ‘A Master’s Touch’. By doing so, you receive another one called Donan’s Favors from which you get a horse.

You can use a horse in Diablo 4 as a mount.

Once you’ve unlocked your first mount, you’ll be able to summon it in most locations in the game. Just keep in mind that it has a 10 second cooldown when you get off.

When riding a horse, you can traverse the Sanctuary regions faster and have three spur charges to make it run faster. Mounts also give you access to a special action called Combat Dismount that causes your character to jump off the horse and attack enemies.

Diablo 4 stable

After completing Donan’s Favors, which unlocks the mounting system in Diablo 4, the stables also become accessible. By talking to the NPC Stable Master found in some cities, you can choose, buy or equip your mounts.

In the ‘Stable’ menu, you can choose which horse you are going to use. You can only choose one horse that you own, so if you want more options you can buy a couple of them from this same NPC for 20,000 gold.

You can buy new armor for your mount in Diablo 4

Armor is now cosmetic for your mounts and does not affect their speed or abilities. They can be purchased with gold from the NPC Stable Master or with platinum, the premium currency in Diablo 4 that costs real money.

Enjoy touring Sanctuary!

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