GnomeFather's Engine Pack

GnomeFather’s Engine Pack v0.721 for World of Tanks 0.9.12

GnomeFather's Engine Pack

Sound arrangement tank engines, the sounds are from the Forgotten Hope 2 mod for Battlefield 2. There are some sounds, and for the British tanks, updated for WoT 0.912.

Change Log:

-Compatibility with 0.9.12


Copy the audio of … Game / World_of_Tanks / res and paste it into res_mos/0.9.12
Res_mods folder from the archive copy and paste into the game folder. res do not copy the folder


Gnomefather Engines 0.721 With radio (189 Mb)

Gnomefather’s Engines 0.721  Without radio  (160 Mb)

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17 thoughts on “GnomeFather’s Engine Pack v0.721 for World of Tanks 0.9.12

  1. all sounds apart from the engine sounds are gone, after installing this mod on 8.6

    plz FIX IT, the engine sounds are great!

    • Main issue of sounds not working after installing this mod is:
      You didn’t copy the Sounds folder from RES–>to–>Resmods! Or if you wanna have an almost lagfree game, install this mod in the RES AUDIO folder, but dont forget to always make a BACKUP of what you’re overwriting!

  2. Is there a way to turn down the sound when you go to sniper mode? I love the engine sounds but they get really loud in sniper mode.

    I am retired army and the sounds remind me of riding around in the tracked vehicles!!


      • You simply need to make a backup of the original unmodified audio folder so you can undo the mod install. Put it anywhere on your p c you want that you will remember. The res_mods folder was just a suggestion, and not in the update folder(8.11) within the res_mods folder as you must have been doing but beside it.

  3. Can you make a low-end PC version? One that isn’t so memory intensive? Love the mod but I get lagging, and ‘out of memory’ warnings every 6 games or so.
    The ‘lite’ version could maybe not feature quite so many different types of engine sounds, but perhaps just say a generic maybach sound for most panthers etc. I’m sure you could slim down the amount of individual sounds to probably half, and it’d still sound awesome.

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