Tank Mechanic Simulator Update Patch Notes

Tank Mechanic Simulator update is now rolling out on PC (Steam). According to the official Tank Mechanic Simulator patch notes, the latest update added various tweaks and changes to the game.

Since the last patch, players are facing a number of problems with the game. Today’s Tank Mechanic Simulator patch will fix a few of these issues.

Check out more details below.

Tank Mechanic Simulator Game Patch Notes – June 10, 2022


  • Ability to filter tanks in tank shop (previously only tank parts were possible to be filtered)
  • A limit of 32 profiles (if you have more than that in your save it should not be a problem, just you wont be allowed to add more)


  • A crash that occurred at the beginning of the game as player could not move at all
  • Added cooldown timer to various mode changing input methods so the game does not allow too many changes too often, as it could cause bugs
  • Issue when player loaded the game through LoadMenu and the game did not correctly handle the data after logic
  • Issue of very old saves not being able to merge correctly into new version, causing Storage parts not being saved at all
  • Game could not handle the correct state of tank parts with screws and allow for selection, highlighting other tank parts or changing interaction mode when a tank part with screws was selected
  • Opening radial menu now works while looking and M18Hellcat engine
  • [IS-2]Decals putted on mantlet are very small and unnatural
  • Player speed while multiple pose switching now correctly keeps the speed of the pose
  • Small tweaks in localization
  • Goliath poster
  • Speedometer values for American vehicles
  • “Easter Egg” achievement
  • Collisions on the Test Drive level
  • Disabled option to highlight and interact with anything else than tank parts when the player is in orbit camera mode – without it the game was really hard to allow to work on tanks (stairs or engine crane covering the line of sight)
  • Machine Guns horizontal movement in Sdkfz251 and TigerIIH
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