Tank Modeling issues in WoT [Compilation]

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Given the fact that we welcome all Modders in RSR’s Discord, we have the occasional conversation about issues and lack of proper detail given to the models in WoT. Although this is not a “1st World problem” for the game, some of these models have been broken for quite a long time, it is unknown whether the modellers are just being careless or are not aware of these so I’ve decided to compile all of the models we could find, with the great help of Milkym4n, to shed some light on the tanks that require tweaking.

If you have found some yourself that are not in this list, please do link it down bellow in the comment section or join us at our Discord, we have a corner especially designed for modding.

Pz.Sfl. IVc

-Found this one last night while live streaming. The MoE is trying to escape from my toaster.

40k KV-2

-Barrel cover recoiling into the mantlet.



-The T92’s tracks and clipping through the mudguards.

Super Pershing

-Missing all Fluid cap textures.


-It’s also missing the linkage to the stabiliser springs.

Milkym4n has even already fixed it himself, its part of a mod:

122mm BL-13-1


-A gun which is used on both the Obj 257 and Obj 705.



-The ropes are connected to the commander’s cupola which is supposed to rotate.


-Smoke Dispensers placed in a way where the shells would hit the burster plates.

Pz. S35


-Missing alpha transparency on the mesh that should cover the headlight. The mesh itself can be seen around the housing.

T-55A, T-62A and Object 430

-Missing their linkage from gun to IR light.

This can also be done given that the T-100 has a working linkage:


Milkym4n has also fixed it himself:

Maybe offer to pay a couple decent bucks to this guy to do what your modders haven’t/can’t?

 M46 Patton, T95 and T28 Prot.

Farfetched perhaps but we have included it nevertheless…


-Fake rubber chevron track segments.

Again, something very easy to fix given that the T28 already has 3D steel chevron tracks:T28

Thank you.

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