We make a lot of use of multiplayer mounts in World of Warcraft, I feel they are a really nice feature of that game. There are two player and three player mounts in the game, giving passengers an easy ride around while the driver does the navigating. It’s been especially helpful in Suramar, where travelling on separate mounts just multiplies up the chance of our illusionary disguises being broken.
The mount pictured above is doubly useful as, when summoned, it has two vendor NPCs in the side saddles (pictured in the foreground) – you eject them to allow party members to ride as passengers. There’s also the wonderful sandstone drake ‘mount’, where the player becomes a flying dragon that another player can ride as passenger.
Water-walking for the win!
Sadly we’ve not had much experience of similar mounts in other games. I think it’s a lovely social feature to allow…
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