World of Tanks is very popular among mod makers. At this point, a large number of custom improvements have been made for the game: armored vehicle skins, custom visors, improved details, a modified sound range and much more. We have collected the most useful modifications for the “good old tanks” in this article.
The most important part of a virtual tank battle are sights. Modification Hawg’s Crosshairs will help to modify the existing fly in detail. There are about a dozen options to choose from with color settings, a choice of reticles and penetration indicators.
The largest collection of improvements, including skins for vehicles with marked penetration zones, smart sights, new voice actors and hints in the hangar. Adjustments greatly simplify the player’s gameplay thanks to the updated interface. The Jove modpack has special programs that allow you to increase the framerate (FPS) on weak machines.
A new beginning
One of the popular modpacks, which contained only developments by the user Hawg. Improvements are aimed at obtaining simple and understandable information about the tank battle. The set includes updated target indicators, damage panels, ranks, mini-maps, markers, sounds and more.
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Solos Easy ModPack
Assembly with a convenient installer – it allows you to select only the necessary improvements without downloading all available changes. The set includes smart sights, a redesigned interface, skins with penetration zones, and programs to improve frame rates on low-end devices. Allows you to disable smoke, clouds and some shadows. Before installing in the installer, you can see screenshots of the changes and listen to the audio tracks of the sound mods.
No modpack – all changes are included in one change, which greatly expands the gameplay. Improvements have been made to sights, stats, some effects and the camera. For example, the player can change the range magnification, disable the visor swing, remove obscurations, display enemy detection markers, remove camera shake and red flashes.
Remove fog and glare
This allows you to optimize environmental effects and disable fog and glare. These features help remove unnecessary effects and expand the player’s field of view.
In the absence of frame rate, a gamer does not have to lower all graphics settings. The change simplifies the sky, eliminates fog, sun glare, dirt and decals. Users can choose the color of the sky – black, blue or twilight. With these minor changes, you can get an increase in frame rate.
Provides the ability to manage records directly from the game client. All replays are displayed in a separate window. There is sorting and filtering to simplify the search for videos. The change will allow you to view the results of the recorded battle and upload the replay to the site.
The change allows you to disable various options for graphics and sound effects. This helps to increase the FPS on weak devices.
The program analyzes information about all the player’s hits and compares it with the statistics of other users. The result can be displayed as a variety of graphs and sorted by filters. The mod does not reduce the FPS and does not change the default gameplay.
Voice acting from WGTV
The change allows you to change the boring default audio. Six types of voiceovers are available, including a track voiced by Peter Glants’ Deadpool.
Improvement adds a radio to the game client. The user can instantly adjust the volume and activate the musical accompaniment in battle, not just in the hangar.
Allows you to create custom camouflages for tanks. Built-in function to activate random skins for allies and enemies. The database already has a small set of skins. The change does not provide any masking effects – all changes are visible only to the player.
A small mod that changes the default image when logging into the game. There are currently 60 options available.
A program for making custom changes. The player can make an upgrade that changes the default sound sets and music.
Which change from our selection did you like?
Source: VG Times