Pokemon Go Eggs Guide – A List of All Pokemon Found in 2KM, 5KM, and 10KM Pokemon Eggs
There are a couple of ways using which you can get Pokemon in Pokemon Go. The first one is walking randomly or using Nearby Bar feature and the second one is hatching Pokemon Go eggs.
You acquire Pokemon Go eggs randomly by visiting Pokemon Go PokeStops. However, if you simply keep them stored in your inventory, they will never hatch into Pokemon. There is a procedure using which you hatch your Pokemon Go eggs into Pokemon.
Pokemon Go Eggs Guide
While you can check our detailed Pokemon Go eggs guide attached above, I have provided a recap for your convenience.
How to Hatch Pokemon Go Eggs
The first thing you need is an incubator. You get one having unlimited uses at the beginning of the game, but can also buy more (having limited uses) from in-game store.
Once you have an incubator, you simply need to place a Pokemon Go egg inside it and walk a specific distance to hatch the egg into a Wild Pokemon. The distance that you must walk varies from egg to egg – there are 2km eggs, 5km eggs, and 10km eggs.
For each successful hatch, you receive XP which can be combined with Lucky Eggs in order to power level in Pokemon Go. The game has an anti-cheat system which prevents players from tricking it by roaming around in a car and trying to hatch Pokemon eggs faster. You can, however, use a bike and hatch eggs quicker.
Which Pokemon You Get from Pokemon Go Eggs
What you get from a Pokemon Go egg is completely random, but as a general rule of thumb, 2km eggs will yield common Pokemon, 5km may yield rare Pokemon, and 10km eggs will yield rare/legendary Pokemon.
We have our hands on a chart detailing what exactly are your chances of getting by hatching 2km, 5km, and 10km Pokemon Go eggs. You can check out the image attached below for more information!
Pokemon Go 2KM Eggs
Pokemon Go 5KM Eggs
Pokemon Go 10KM Eggs
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