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How To Hatch Your Tomogunchi In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare

How To Hatch Your Tomogunchi In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare
So you’ve bought your new pet but How To Hatch Your Tomogunchi In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare? The Tomogunchi is a brand new premium item in CODMW that lets you have your own pet in the form of a digital watch, inspired by popular 90s toys.

We’ve already gone over how to check your Tomogunchi, where to get it, and what to do if it dies but before all that, you first need to hatch your Tomogunchi.

How To Hatch Your Tomogunchi In Call Of Duty Modern Warfare


Hatching your Tomogunchi is actually very simple, score some points. Every activity you complete in Call of Duty Modern Warfare that rewards you with points, contributes towards hatching your Tomogunchi pet. This includes activities such as

  • Killing enemy players
  • Assisting in killing enemy players
  • Bonus points for kills (Headshots etc)
  • Capturing, Defending objectives in objective-based modes
  • Completing challenges and other objectives
  • Destroying enemy equipment & killstreaks
  • Winning matches
  • Launching killstreaks

As it’s score based, it’s a great idea to pick a high-score mode to speed up the process of hatching your Tomogunchi. Game modes like Kill Confirmed, that gives you bonus points on tops of kills if you can grab the dog tag left by your enemy. Normal Deathmatch is entirely viable if you’re a high scoring player, otherwise try to focus on game modes that reward a high amount of score for completing objectives.

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