Thunder Tier One Articles RSS Feed | GameSkinny.com Thunder Tier One RSS Feed on GameSkinny.com https://www.gameskinny.com/ en Launch Media Network Thunder Tier One: How to Play Lonewolf Without Bots https://www.gameskinny.com/gm9sm/thunder-tier-one-how-to-play-lonewolf-without-bots https://www.gameskinny.com/gm9sm/thunder-tier-one-how-to-play-lonewolf-without-bots Thu, 16 Dec 2021 12:07:23 -0500 Sergey_3847

Thunder Tier One players usually get accompanied by AI bots in single player. Unfortunately, these bots don't always do things that benefit your game. They tend to alert enemies when you least want it, or catch enemy fire when it's really not the time for their shenanigans.

Our guide will show you how to play Lonewolf without bots in Thunder Tier One. You will learn how to turn off those pesky AI companions, including a couple of workarounds.

How to Play Lone Wolf in Thunder Tier One

There are two ways how players can eliminate AI bots from their game sessions in Thunder Tier One, but the most common way is to simply turn off the AI in the game menu.

Here's what you need to do in order to play Lone Wolf:

  1. Go to the game's main menu
  2. Select "Single Player" option
  3. Click on "Single Mission" tab
  4. Go to "Settings" menu
  5. Set the "Lone Wolf" option to "YES"

Now you will be able to play all of your single player missions without the AI bots and not only the ones that are specifically made for single player runs.

If you don't want to turn off the bots completely and simply want to have an option to keep them away for one or two missions, then you can use in-game commands to do so.

Follow these steps to keep your AI companions at bay during certain missions:

  1. Start campaign with AI bots
  2. Aim your mouse at the bots
  3. Press left Alt key on your keyboard
  4. Select "Cover/Defend" command

This will keep your AI bots at the respawn point without following you any further into the field of the given mission.

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That's all you need to know on how to play Lonewolf without bots in Thunder Tier One. Be sure to check out our other Thunder Tier One tips and tricks articles right here.

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Thunder Tier One: How to Heal https://www.gameskinny.com/55owx/thunder-tier-one-how-to-heal https://www.gameskinny.com/55owx/thunder-tier-one-how-to-heal Thu, 16 Dec 2021 09:05:40 -0500 Sergey_3847

You'll need to know how to heal in Thunder Tier One if you want to survive. When players get shot, they usually don't die instantly. Instead, they get injured and need to be healed to get back up.

This Thunder Tier One guide will provide you with all the essential tips on how to heal, as there are many situations when the system may not work or its wrinkles may cause confusion.

How to Heal in Thunder Tier One

Sometimes a shot can be so precise that it insta-kills you, but usually, you'll simply get injured or downed. Any player can choose to play as a medic in the team by carrying four or five medkits, which can be equipped in the customization menu in the Gadget section before each scenario.

If a player gets downed, they can be revived by a teammate, but they also must use a medkit in order to heal to full HP. Follow these steps to apply a medkit to your injured teammate:

  1. Press 4 on your keyboard to equip the medkit
  2. Aim your mouse at an injured teammate
  3. Press LMB (left mouse button) to heal

If you're playing with AI teammates and want them to mend your injuries, then first make sure that your HP meter is in the red zone. In case your HP meter is yellow, then even if you order your AI teammates to heal you, they will ignore you.

In case your status is Wounded, meaning the HP is in the red, then you can order your AI teammates to restore your HP by doing the following:

  1. Move the mouse on yourself or another wounded soldier
  2. Press left Alt key on your keyboard
  3. Select "Heal" command

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That's all you need to know on how to heal yourself and your teammates in Thunder Tier One. Be sure to check out our other Thunder Tier One tips and tricks articles right here.

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Thunder Tier One Unlocks Explained: All Cosmetics https://www.gameskinny.com/c07ky/thunder-tier-one-unlocks-explained-all-cosmetics https://www.gameskinny.com/c07ky/thunder-tier-one-unlocks-explained-all-cosmetics Wed, 15 Dec 2021 09:57:35 -0500 Sergey_3847

Thunder Tier One offers players a vast pool of customizable gear, gadgets, and cosmetics through unlocks. All of these items can be unlocked by progressing through the game and leveling up your character. But the randomness and cadence at which unlocks appear can be a little confusing.

This Thunder Tier One guide will explain and list all customizable unlocks available in the game. As you earn your XP points, you will level up, and each second level up will give you one random unlock. These are random, and you won't know which one you've received until you open the customization menu and check the category with the green circle on it, which indicates the addition of a new item.

Thunder Tier One All Unlocks List

The character progression cap in Thunder Tier One is currently at Level 300+, which means that you need to work really hard to open all the unlockable cosmetics in the game. Below are lists of all the cosmetic unlocks in Thunder Tier One. Click the links below to jump to specific categories:

All Camouflage Patterns

  • Type 99
  • Mountain
  • Duck Hunter
  • Urban Woodland
  • Desert Woodland
  • US Woodland
  • Vari Camo
  • Desert Camouflage Uniform
  • Desert Battle Dress
  • Global Pattern
  • Marine Desert
  • Marine Woodland
  • Digital Forest
  • Leaf Spray
  • Night Pattern
  • Strichtarn
  • WZ 93 Desert
  • WZ 89 Puma
  • M90
  • M90K
  • Jungle Stripe
  • Leather
  • Tropentarn
  • Flecktarn
  • Disruptive Pattern Material
  • Desert Disruptive Pattern
  • Jeans
  • Russo Pat
  • Vooruzhennyye Sily Rossii
  • Verdure
  • Partizan
  • Berezka

All Camouflage Colors

  • Blue
  • Chocolate Brown
  • Dark Green
  • Olive
  • Khaki Green
  • Olive Green
  • Ranger Green
  • Anthracite
  • Olive Drab
  • Desert Tan
  • Green Brown
  • Russian Tan
  • Coyote Brown
  • Dark Brown
  • Black
  • Black Grey
  • Gray
  • White
  • Red
  • Orange
  • Yellow
  • Pink
  • Light Blue
  • Purple
  • Green
  • Stripes
  • Cracks
  • 80s
  • Ink

All Headgear Items

  • Altyn
  • Balaclava A
  • Balaclava B
  • Balaclava C
  • Baseball Cap
  • Beret
  • Boonie Hat
  • Cowboy Hat A
  • Cowboy Hat B
  • Ghillie Balaclava
  • Keffiyeh
  • M1
  • Mk6
  • Mk6 Banded
  • Mk6 with Cover
  • PASGT
  • Skate Helmet
  • SSH 68

All Torso Tops

  • Sleeveless
  • BDU Jacket Long
  • BDU Jacket Folded
  • BDU Jacket Short
  • CS95 Jacket
  • Flora Jacket
  • Gorka Jacket
  • T-Shirt

All Pants

  • BDU Pants
  • BDU Pants Tucked
  • CS95 Trousers
  • Flora Pants
  • Gorka Pants
  • WZ. 93

All Body Armor

  • 3M
  • 6B5-18
  • MK2
  • Defender
  • Faustian
  • PASGT

All Vests

  • 6SH92
  • Alice Vest
  • Assault
  • LBV
  • BHI
  • Strap
  • Kenguru
  • PLCE

All Backpacks

  • Alice Backpack
  • ROC
  • Patrol Pack
  • RD-54

All Face Covers

  • Nightvision Goggles
  • Dark-green Kerchief
  • Gas mask (clear optics)
  • Gas mask (dark optics)
  • Sunglasses

All Headsets

  • Fragout headset
  • Overhead headset
  • Overneck headset

All Shoulder Patches

  • Thunder Operator
  • Thunder Shield
  • 9mm patch
  • Zombie Hunter
  • Ace of Spades
  • SNAFU
  • Veteran
  • Tactical Beard Owners Club
  • Semper Fidelis
  • First aid patch
  • One Shot One Kill
  • FUBAR
  • Ammunitions Supplier
  • GOAT Special Forces
  • God Mode
  • Paramedic
  • Thunder patch

All Other Cosmetics & Unlocks

  • Gloves
  • Elbow pads
  • Knee pads
  • Armory backgrounds

Remember that any of these items unlock completely randomly after each second level up. If you want to unlock all these items, then you will have to max out your character by reaching Level 300. 

That's all you need to know about customization unlocks in Thunder Tier One. You can also check out the three best loadouts in our Thunder Tier One guide right here.

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Thunder Tier One Best Loadouts Guide https://www.gameskinny.com/mljo0/thunder-tier-one-best-loadouts-guide https://www.gameskinny.com/mljo0/thunder-tier-one-best-loadouts-guide Mon, 13 Dec 2021 10:11:27 -0500 Sergey_3847

Having the best loadouts in Thunder Tier One will put you a step ahead of your enemies. This tactical shooter from developer Krafton requires precision when choosing from its large armory of weapons and gear. Whether you're running an assault rifle, sniper, or machine gun, selecting the right kit is paramount.

This Thunder Tier One guide will provide you with three of the best loadouts in the game. We'll tell you which primary and secondary weapons perform the best in these specific builds, as well as what type of armor you should be wearing. These builds also pair well with grenades and night-vision goggles.

Thunder Tier One Assault Rifle Loadout

Loadout Primary Weapon: AS Val

The AS Val is a Soviet assault rifle with special piercing 9x39mm bullets that can penetrate armor and walls at close range. These rounds aren't as effective at longer range, but that doesn't matter much for this build, which is designed for close-range combat.

This weapon can be also be used in loadouts for stealth builds, as it comes equipped with an integrated silencer. You can also switch to single-shot mode to be highly precise and extremely silent.

Add the following attachments to the AS Val in this loadout for better performance in all missions:

  • PK-A Visor for better targeting
  • IR Laser for night-vision aiming

Loadout Secondary Weapon: CZ75

This semi-automatic pistol has a huge magazine of 16 rounds and is quite accurate, which are the two main things you should be looking for in a secondary weapon in any loadout.

If you want to use the CZ75 in a stealth build, attach a silencer, as it doesn't come with its own like AS Val.

Loadout Armor: 6B5-18 (Type IV)

The 6B5-18 (Type IV) armor is quite heavy, but if you're playing a stealth build, then it shouldn't be a problem in combat. Aside from its heaviness, it provides excellent protection from all sides, including the back and flanks.

As for the vest, pick up BHI or similar for an increased number of magazine pockets.

Thunder Tier One Sniper Rifle Loadout

Loadout Primary Weapon: L96A1

The most important element of any good sniper rifle is muzzle velocity, which influences the range of the weapon. The higher the velocity, the further bullets fly, and the L96A1 rifle has the best balance of muzzle velocity and accuracy in Thunder Tier One, making it a prime candidate for the best loadouts in the game.

This sniper rifle uses 7.62×51mm ammo, but it needs to be equipped with a silencer for noise suppression. Lastly, you will need a good scope, such as PMII, but you can pick whichever you like.

Loadout Secondary Weapon: CZ75

The CZ75 is clearly the best pistol in Thunder Tier One, and it not only has the biggest magazine, but also the highest muzzle velocity among all other pistols, which is a good addition to a sniper rifle loadout.

Be sure to add a few attachments to it, such as a pistol silencer and a laser for better aiming.

Loadout Armor: Defender (Type III)

Defender is another piece of heavy armor perfectly fine for a sniper loadout, as you won't need to move too much anyway. However, Defender (Type III) has additional plates that will protect you from stray bullets.

As for the vest, then choose 6SH92, which has eight magazine slots to carry some extra ammo for your sniper rifle.

Thunder Tier One Machine Gun Loadout

Loadout Primary Weapon: RPD

The RPD is a Soviet light machine gun with high damage and the highest accuracy among all machine guns in Thunder Tier One. It utilizes 7.62×54mm rounds, which is the same type used in the AK-47; these rounds can penetrate armor and walls.

You won't need a silencer for the gun in this loadout, but do pick up a laser and ACOG scope with 4x magnification as two of your main attachments in order to increase your accuracy.

Loadout Secondary Weapon: Beretta M9

The Beretta M9 fits the machine gun build better than CZ75 due to its high accuracy and 15 round magazine. Although the M9 has a slightly reduced magazine, it is heavier than the CZ75, adding to its stability.

Be sure to give it a silencer and a laser for better accuracy and possible stealth action.

Loadout Armor: Defender (Type III)

Since you'll be using a cumbersome weapon that will slow you down in this loadout anyway, you can keep the Defender (Type III) armor and combine it with the Alice Vest, which is perfect for machine gun magazines.

Also, don't forget to equip some grenades, night-vision goggles, and a medkit for a complete package.

Those are the three best loadouts in Thunder Tier One. If you found this article useful, then be sure to give it a share!

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