Call of Duty: Warzone: Heartbeat Sensor Simulator App Appears On Google Play

A heartbeat sensor for your phone?!

After a slight delay, the hype surrounding the first season of post-launch content for Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and Warzone is beginning to build.

The fifth chapter of the Black Ops series released on November 13th to a mixed reception from players expecting a more complete and polished Call of Duty experience.

With a lot riding on the success and the quality of content arriving in Season One, some players are even declaring December 16th as the unofficial release date of Black Ops Cold War.

While the passionate community express their opinions on the new game, a mobile app based on the Heartbeat Sensor from Warzone has appeared on the Google Play store.

Warzone Heartbeat Sensor App

Take the Warzone experience on the go

Aptly named the Warzone Heartbeat Sensor Simulator, the free app is designed to replicate how a Heartbeat Sensor works when roaming the streets of Verdansk.

The simulator shows other users that are in the surrounding area, and even makes the same noises as it does in the game!

As the app is just a bit of fun, it doesn’t actually detect the heartbeat of other users in the area.

How To Download

To download the app, head to the Google Play store and search for the Warzone Heartbeat Sensor Simulator.

Once you’re on the page, select “Install” and away you go!

While players patiently wait for the release of Rebirth Island as part of Season One, this app is an ideal way to have some fun before dropping into the game once again.

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