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Tank Mechanic Simulator

Another mechanic simulator published by PlayWay – a studio known for publishing such games as Car Mechanic Simulator, Train Mechanic Simulator, and Space Mechanic Simulator.

Simulation | FPP | World War II | tanks | Polish | machines and equipment

Tank Mechanic Simulator cover

developer: DeGenerals

publisher: PlayWay

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Game mode: single player

game release date:





Tank Mechanic Simulator for PC is a yet another mechanic simulator after Car Mechanic Simulator series, Truck Mechanic Simulator, Train Mechanic Simulator, and Space Mechanic Simulator to be published by the Polish PlayWay. The game is a debut project of the Degenerals studio.


The developers have prepared an interesting proposition for the fans of the tanks from the period of World War II. During the game, one assumes the role of a tank museum owner, who deals with collecting information, searching for interesting machines and renovating them.


The name Tank Mechanic Simulator might be a bit confusing, as the game does not focus only on repairing the damaged vehicles. The gameplay is divided into several stages. In the first stage, one has to search for a machine, do some research, assemble a team of technicians, and set off to retrieve the machine. The search area (set by the information one collects before the search the more information we have, the smaller the search area is) can be covered with an off-road vehicle. Interestingly enough, this becomes easier after talking to the locals. In the last stage, a player has to utilize special equipment to pinpoint the location of the machine, prepare the transportation and take the tank back to the workshop.

Before putting the new machine out on display at the museum, one has to restore its former glory in most cases the acquired tanks are nonfunctional and damaged. In the workshop, one has to disassemble a tank, replace all the damaged components, get rid of the rust, etc. At this point, gameplay mechanics resemble the Car Mechanic Simulator series; however, they are not as elaborate, as one does not have the access to that many parts.

Finally, the tank lands on the display at the museum, where the visitors can admire it. Interestingly enough, this is not where a player's role ends it is worth considering to place information boards around the new showpiece with interesting facts regarding the vehicle or get inside and start its engine to the visitors delight.

Technical aspects

Similarly to other simulator games published by PlayWay, Tank Mechanic Simulator for PC features good visuals. The developers have put a lot of their effort into polishing the tank models, which have become true copies of the real machines.

Age Rating

age requirements: everyone

System requirements

PC / Windows

PC / Windows

  • Minimum:
  • Intel Core i3-2100 3.1 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 955 BE 3.2 GHz
  • 8 GB RAM
  • graphic card 2 GB GeForce GTX 570 / Radeon HD 6970 or better
  • 8 GB HDD
  • Windows 7 64-bit
  • Recommended:
  • Intel Core i5-8400 2.8 GHz / AMD Ryzen 5 1600 3.2 GHz
  • 16 GB RAM
  • graphic card 4 GB GeForce GTX 980 / Radeon R9 Fury or better
  • 12 GB HDD
  • Windows 8.1/10 64-bit
Tank Mechanic Simulator Guide
Tank Mechanic Simulator Guide

game guide 24 February 2020

Our Tank Mechanic Simulator guide is a compendium of knowledge about this sim-type game. Here, you will learn the most important gameplay mechanics or how to excavate and restore tanks to display them in the museum.

Tank Mechanic Simulator Release Date
Tank Mechanic Simulator Release Date

news 10 February 2020 22:59

We've got a release date for Tank Mechanic Simulator. The title from DeGenerals, in which we play the role of the director of the museum dealing with the renovation of tanks, will launch exclusively on PC on February 20.

Tank Mechanic Simulator - PlayWay's Game Boasts Excellent Sales
Tank Mechanic Simulator - PlayWay's Game Boasts Excellent Sales

news 24 February 2020 11:15

PlayWay has reasons to be pleased. Last week's releases of Tank Mechanic Simulator on PC and Thief Simulator on Xbox One proved to be successful. Sales are so high that they have already covered development and marketing costs.

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