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How To Check Your Tomogunchi Watch In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare

How To Check Your Tomogunchi Watch In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare
Whether you want it hatched or evolved in CODMW you will need to learn How To Check Your Tomogunchi Watch In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare. There are multiple methods to checking on the status of your Tomogunchi, providing valuable information such as hatching, dying, or need attention & feeding.

There are two main methods of checking your Tomogunchi Watch in CODMW. Both are the same in the terms of information provided. When you first receive your Tomogunchi Watch, it’s an egg (or it can be dead if you’re unlucky). You can check the watch to find out when it hatches and then later, you check the watch to find out how your Tomogunchi pet is doing. It’s important to care for it correctly.

How To Check Your Tomogunchi Watch In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare

How To Check Your Tomogunchi Watch In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare
The primary method of checking your watch is in the match itself. Between kills, at respawns, you can check it at any point. Before you do this, you must make sure you have the correct Gesture equipped. Go to the following menus to equip the gesture so you can check your Tomogunchi Watch in matches.

  • Barracks
  • Identity
  • Gestures & Sprays
  • Check Watch

Once you are in the match hold Up on the D-Pad and then select the Gesture. This brings up the watch to center screen so you can see it. Alternatively, you can check the watch between matches in the menu screens. Follow these tips for that method

  • Weapons
  • Watch Select
  • Press R3 or check the lower left for the prompt
  • Preview watch

Those are the two methods on How To Check Your Tomogunchi Watch In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare. It provides all the information you need but we’ll be updating more guides on caring for your Tomogunchi soon.

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