Bolt is another Immortals Fenyx Rising Mount you can find in Valley of Eternal Spring area of the video game developed by Ubisoft, and although we can’t include him in the list of best mounts available, it’s still nice to have a regular horse at your disposal.
The main reason we can’t add him to our list is that Bolt is a Level 1 mount with only 1 Stamina row, so if you’re riding a lot, he’ll get tired pretty fast.
Regardless though, if you’re looking to get all mounts in Immortals Fenyx Rising, then you’ll want to find Bolt as well, and below I’ll tell you how to do that.
Keep in mind, though, that you already have better options in this area, such as Tyrian and Indika we already covered.
But now, let’s talk about Bolt.
Where To Find Bolt In Immortals Fenyx Rising
So let’s start with the location of this Immortals Fenyx Rising mount, which can be easily observed on my map below.
What to need to notice in my screenshot is the pin I have placed just north of the Valley of Eternal Spring Big Lyre Challenge.
So this mount is found north of the challenge or across the path.
How To Tame Bolt The Mount
After you reach the location marked on my map, look around to spot a herd of brown horses.
All of them are Bolts, so yes, there is more than one.
Now, since Bolt is a regular mount, it’s quite easy to tame because he can’t be scared as fast as high-level mounts.
So start moving slowly towards the one you choose to tame (is not important which one), and if you see the mount pounding the ground, stop.
Continue to move towards your Bolt once he calms down, and when you are close to him, simply press the corresponding button to tame Bolt.
One thing to remember here is that if you want to use this mount, you’ll have to replace your current one from Fenyx’s inventory.
And that’s it; now you have a regular horse. Not the best, but it will do the job until his stamina runs out.
That’s where you find and tame Bolt, one of the Immortals Fenyx Rising Mounts, but keep in mind that in Valley of Eternal Spring, you can also get: Sepia, Anemone, Cypress, and Alabaster.
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