There's been a lot of fanfare surrounding the Tamagotchi-like that has been en route to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare ever since we first heard of it, and now, we're happy to let you know that it's possible to pick up this cosmetic for yourself right now. Yes, you haven't misheard. If you've been wondering how to get the Tomogunchi in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare then you're going to want to read on. This one is definitely for cosmetic collectors, mate. 

How to Get the Tomogunchi in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

So, you're curious about the Tomogunchi. As the name suggests, this optional item is designed to give you bragging rights over your mates and also to help you relive your childhood if you're so inclined. The good thing about the Tomogunchi is that it's an equippable watch in Modern Warfare, and if you're wanting to know a little more about similar accessories we actually have a primer on watches right here for you. Now, on to the good stuff: actually getting your mitts on a Tomogunchi. As you can see, even the official Call of Duty Twitter account is stoked as about this.

Now, to pick up this cool watch for yourself. It's actually quite straightforward, and the official Activision blog has some tips on this too. Essentially, you can buy the Tomogunchi Bundle from the Modern Warfare store - this is currently the only way to get your hands on the Tomogunchi. It's worth 1000 MW points, which is about the same as $10 of real money so you can expect to shell out that much if you're wanting to own this thing yourself. Once you have it, you can equip it by heading to the Weapons menu then the Watch Select tab. This thing will feed off the kills that you're picking up in multiplayer, which means that it'll grow into adulthood if you're doing what you should be doing best in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - killing. Have fun with that! There appear to be different varieties of pet available in the Tomogunchi, so keep slaughtering to get them all!

So now that you know how to get the Tomogunchi in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, we reckon you're going to have a hell of a time showing it off! Sure, it probably didn't come cheap, but the nostalgia hit is worth it if you were a collector of actual Tamagotchis back in the day. We definitely aren't judging. Need help with anything else to do with the latest entry in the Modern Warfare series? Why not check out some of these tips and tricks that we've put together for players just like you on our dedicated guides hub for the game?