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All Tomogunchi pets found in Modern Warfare so far

Published: 8/Mar/2020 16:30

by Scott Robertson


Tomogunchi pets arrived in the March 3 update, allowing players to raise and take care of virtual pets within Modern Warfare just by playing the game. Here’s the list of all the Tomogunchi pets currently available, and how to get some of them.

Activision and Infinity Ward were purposefully tight-lipped with the different type of adult pets that your Tomogunchi could evolve into, as well as how each one could be further evolved.


In their announcement article, they said that every pet has a different way to charge its bonus charge meter – either Captures, Killstreaks, Plants, or Top Three Wins – and left it up to the player base to figure it out themselves.

While the first four steps of the Tomogunchi’s life are the same for everyone, there are several variants of the adult with different steps needed to unlock and evolve. Different variables will determine what creatures it evolves into, and each creature has a secret form.


Here’s the full list we have so far, but keep in mind that everything here has been discovered mostly through community discovery, so it may not be fully complete.

Riley the Dog

Reddit: HowDoIRun / Infinity Ward
This Riley isn’t as helpful as the one in Ghosts. But still cute.

Everyone’s favorite canine companion from the Call of Duty series, Riley from Ghosts, is available as an adult Tomogunchi variant. You can tell it’s Riley by the piece of headgear on the dog’s head.

Riley was part of the trio of adult types shown in the trailer.



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This panda is hungry, which isn’t at all surprising.

A normally peaceful creature, the precious panda must be kept safe during times of war.

The panda was also part of the trio of adult types that was shown in the trailer.


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The Dragon’s special form.

The dragon is the third and final part of the trio that was shown during the trailer for Tomogunchi.


Players have been speculating that explosive damage or thermite/molotov kills are what causes your pet to evolve into a Dragon. One player on reddit said he played a lot of Hardcore mode, and got its special form.


Reddit: HookahGus / Infinity Ward
Ghost is back! Again!

The iconic character from the Modern Warfare series isn’t just back as an operator, he’s available as an adult variant on your Tomogunchi watch.


Now, if your Tomogunchi appears as a literal ghost, with the white bedsheet body and creepy smile, I’m afraid your pet is dead, and you’ll have to start over.


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Nananananananana BAT PET.

The winged creature of the night is an adult variant option for your Tomogunchi.

A member of the developer team hinted that getting 10 execution kills with the Bat will lead to one of its secret forms, but it looks like you’ll need ten in a single game.


According to the same developer from above, the Pony comes up because of “average care.” So far, there haven’t been any photos of the Pony that have surfaced, so it seems no one knows what “average care” means. If you want to unlock its secret form, then don’t bank your bonus time while its an adult, because that completes its cycle and resets it.

Unfortunately, while there’s plenty of information regarding how to advance the Tomogunchi through its life stages, there’s very little about what variables lead to the different Adult types, as well as what leads to their secret forms.

You’ll have to experiment with different variations of the pet’s feelings, represented by the four squares on the right side of the watch face. From top to bottom it’s Hunger (Kills), Dirty (Win Games), Unruly (Objective Score), and Boredom (Activate Killstreaks).

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Best M16 loadout for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War

Published: 19/Oct/2020 12:25

by James Busby


The iconic M16 assault rifle returns in Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and players have been using its deadly burst fire to melt opponents. Find out which M16 attachments you should equip to gain a competitive edge on the battlefield. 

This burst AR’s highly accurate firing pattern, fantastic range, and decent damage make it a popular pick across Cold War’s multiplayer modes. However, the M16 really dominates on the game’s larger maps and 40 player Fireteam: Dirty Bomb mode. While it may not deal as much damage as the overpowered AK74u loadout or have the blisteringly-fast fire rate of the MP5, it certainly packs a mean punch.


If you’re after a reliable Tactical Rifle that can effortlessly secure you those all-important headshot kills, then the M16 is one gun that you’ll want to add to your arsenal. In fact, this burst-fire weapon can even compete against the game’s semi-automatic assault rifles and SMGs, making it an extremely versatile pick.

In order to help you get the most out of the M16 in Black Ops Cold War, we’ve outlined Crimsix’s loadout below to help you dominate the competition.


Best M16 loadout for Black Ops Cold War

M16 loadout
Activision / Treyarch
The M16 could end up being one of the best guns in the current meta.

Here’s the best attachments you can use on your XM4 in Cold War:

  • Kobra Red Dot
  • Infantry Compensator 
  • 15.9” Strike Team
  • Steady Aim Laser
  • Field Agent Foregrip 
  • 45 RD
  • Task Fore Rear Grip
  • Commando Assembly

While you can still build a decent M16 loadout with just five attachments, this build is greatly enhanced by the three additional attachments gained from the Gunfighter Wildcard. In fact, these extra attachments make this particular M16 ridiculously powerful. The Kobra Red Dot provides a 1.75x magnification, offering a clear sight that doesn’t clutter the screen and giving the gun great precision across multiple engagement ranges. 

Next up is the Infantry Compensator and Field Agent Foregrip. Both these attachments decrease the M16’s vertical recoil, making it extremely useful when you’re trying to aim for those all-important headshots. 


The 15.9” Strike Team barrel adds 14% damage and 20% fire rate, allowing you to remain competitive against semi-automatic guns. While the MP5 and Milano will likely make short work of you in close-quarter scenarios, you’ll at least have a fighting chance in these situations. Of course, you could always use the Steady Aim Laser attachment and save yourself some time by delivering a volley of accurate hipfire. 

Crimssix M16 loadout
Crimsix absolutely dominated his opponents with this M16 loadout.

Meanwhile, the 45 RD mags give you plenty of extra bullets to snag those all-important multi-kills, which is a must if you wish to get access to the best scorestreaks. You also want to add this mag attachment if you’re planning to play Cold War’s Fireteam: Dirty Bomb mode. This massive 40 player map can get a little hectic, so having the extra bullets will give you the firepower needed to shred through even the most well-armored foes. 

Rounding things off at the bottom of the list are the Task Fore Rear Grip and the Commando Assembly stock. These attachments increase your ADS speed and reduce the sprint to fire penalty, allowing you to quickly zero in on targets. These attachments are incredibly important, especially when playing on the game’s more intimate maps. After all, being able to snap onto a target’s head and beam them with deadly bursts will always be beneficial. 


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