To do this, open the pause menu with the ESC key. Now select the campaign options. On this screen you should see the Map movement speed option at the bottom of the options menu. There are three different speed options you can select under Map movement speed.
If you have a lot of cargo or exceed your carrying capacity, you will notice a noticeable decrease in speed. Game Difficulty is another way to increase your movement speed around the game map. Depending on the difficulty you choose, your movement speed increases by five or ten percent.
[Ctrl]+[Spacebar] is not a cheat, it speeds up time for everyone – things just go as fast as the CPU can calculate them. It’s an absolutely useful and even necessary command.
Current speed displayed in the map party window. Group Speed is how fast a group is moving around the map. It is affected by many factors, including morale, the group’s highest pathfinding ability, the number of mounted units in a group, prisoners, the terrain, the day/night cycle, inventory items (e.g. iron), and the weather .
It doesn’t matter what kind of horse it actually is. They all increase movement speed by the same amount. But pack horses and mules don’t improve your speed, they improve your carrying capacity. A good rule of thumb is to have as many horses as infantry/archers.
Yes, I believe that is correct. However, the weight of the player character’s and their companions’ equipment affects their speed in battles. Heavy armor will slow them down. For them, athletic ability helps accelerate movement on foot, and riding ability helps accelerate driving speed.