Thunder Wolves - HDR ReShade
By Tore Andersen
Thunder Wolves, developed by Most Wanted Entertainment and published in 2017 by THQ Nordic. Classic arcade-style "Rambo" action, as it was (almost) only made in the 80s. Not exactly a game that will go down in history, but a nice'n'easy fun game for casual play. Thunder Wolves is full of smart comments, simple humor and explosions. Technically the game is light-weight, but not bad at all. The only thing that kinds of ruins the immersion a bit, is the yellowish dusty-looking render. This ReShade will give the game a more natural and vibrant look instead. Much more fitting to the title.
HDR ReShade (DOWNLOAD)
Download the file and unpack into the Thunder wolves game-folder. That's it, Thunder Wolves is ready to launch.
*Note for Windows 10 "Creators update" users:
The Windows 10 Creators update introduced a wide variety of problems for games, especially when using custom renders like ENB or ReShade. Fortunately this can be fixed in two simple steps (LINK)
*See number 4: Fixing the Creators "update"
If this doesn't work on your OS, try downloading the ReShade core files from here (LINK)
After installation, delete everything but the dll file, then copy everything but the dll file from HDR ReShade, so you get the right settings, but keep the dll from the official ReShade installation.
If this doesn't work either, then there is still something in the Windows 10 Creators Update that blocks the custom dll. If you are unable to fix it, you will have to uninstall the ReShade and play without.
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Thunder Wolves is a 2017 80s-arcade-style helicopter action shooter, developed by Most Wanted Entertainment and published by THQ Nordic. The game was originally planned already in 2013, but was released in December, 2017 on Steam. Even if the game is simple, there is something awesome/funny about it that make it worth playing. It's like a flashback to the arcade machines of the 80s, with humor almost taken out of Rambo or the first Predator movie. It reminds me of Thunder Blade from 1987 (LINK) Thunder Wolves is of course more advanced, but it has the same style/80s-atmosphere to it. Lots of explosions and about as realistic as Batman. It has certain similarities with Thunder Hawk 2 as well, and SWIV 3D.