One of the most reliable ways in Pokemon Go Getting new Pokemon is what it is Hatching eggs. But what Pokemon can you expect from each type of egg?
In Pokemon Go the player is randomly assigned Pokemon eggs rewarded by visiting Pokestops around the world or receiving gifts from your friends. Hatching eggs is a great way to farm candy and actually has a good chance of giving better Pokémon with better stats than you could find out in the wild. Some of the rarer and best Pokemon in Pokemon Go are easiest to obtain by hatching eggs, which is handy. By the way, if a hatching Pokémon has a shiny form in the game, it can also hatch from eggs.
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Pokemon eggs are a mystery attraction: you have no idea what you’re about to hatch until it hatches, although there are different types of eggs in the game that will give you a rough idea of what to expect in terms of hatching time and can see the potential Pokemon inside. Listing an egg table of all the Pokémon that can hatch from each type of egg is one of the purposes of this page. But first, let’s talk about how eggs work in detail.
On this page, updated for August 2021:
- How egg hatching works in Pokemon Go and how to speed it up
- 2km egg map
- 5km egg map
- 7km egg map
- 10km egg map
- 11km & 12km egg map
- Adventure Sync Egg Chart
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Pokemon Go Egg Hatching: Get eggs, hatch eggs and speed up hatching
As mentioned, Pokemon Eggs in Pokemon Go can be obtained through Pokestops, gifts from friends, defeating leaders in battle, and Adventure Sync. The egg types are as follows, named for the distance they must travel to hatch: 2km, 5km, 7km, 10km, 11km and 12km.
Most Pokemon Eggs are obtained by simply going to Pokestops and swiping them like you would with other items. However, some eggs are different. 7km Eggs can only be obtained from friends’ gift packages. Both 5km and 10km eggs can drop through Adventure Sync – but Adventure Sync eggs have a different breeding pool than the standard versions of these eggs. The 12km Strange Egg is a random drop when you defeat a Team Go Rocket leader in battle, as long as you have enough space in your egg inventory.
You can only carry 9 Pokemon Eggs at a time – if you have 9 and find one at a Pokestop, you must leave it behind. None of the gifts will drop when your egg inventory is full. You have been warned.
Once you have Pokemon eggs, hatch them by placing them in incubators – simply touch an egg and then select an incubator to place it in. You have an unlimited incubator that can be used endlessly (this is the orange one) incubator is best used to hatch those quick hatching 2km eggs. You can purchase other types of incubators or receive them as rewards – they have three limited uses, after which they break. The normal incubator (blue) hatches at normal speed, while the super incubator (purple) hatches 1.5 times faster – although some special events have further increased this speed.
To hatch, you just have to go into the incubator with them. Pokemon Go requires you to have it open, but you should consider turning on Battery Saver before putting your phone in your pocket. You can also enable Adventure Sync, which uses your phone’s built-in location tracking to pass information back to Pokemon Go. When hatching eggs, the Pokemon Go Plus is also the most convenient – you can use it to completely lock your phone and walk around while still gaining distance for hatching Pokemon Go eggs – which in turn saves you a lot of battery.
Once you have traveled the distance specified by the lone name, a Pokémon will appear. As you might expect, rarer Pokemon come from eggs further away. Keep in mind if you’re riding a bike or as a passenger in a car, Pokemon Go only seems to track the distance traveled to your egg hatch when you’re traveling at slower speeds – around 10 miles per hour or less.
Here’s what Pokemon can hatch from each egg type, listed in Pokedex order for each egg type. We will do our best to keep it up to date with patches and changes consistent with the season (currently the Season of Legends) and other ongoing in-game events, most urgent this month is Easter -Event 2021 are. which adjusts the 5km egg hatches:
Pokemon Go 2km Egg Map
This 2km Eggs list for Pokemon Go simply contains all the Pokemon that can currently hatch from the green 2km Pokemon Eggs.
|Meditate||Fighting / Psychic||Medicham|
|Fletching||Normal / Flying||Flechinder, Clawflame|
Pokemon Go 5km egg table
Next up, here’s the 5km egg list for Pokemon Go – everything that can currently hatch from these yellow eggs.
|Eevee||Normal||Lots of Eevee evolutions|
|Skarmory||Steel / Flying|
|Mime Jr. (regional exclusive)||Psychic / Fairy||Mr. Mime|
Pokemon Go 7km Egg Map
Here is a list of every single Pokémon that can currently hatch from a 7km Egg.
|Alola Sandshrew||Ice/Steel||Alolan Sandslash|
|Alolan Vulpix||Ice||Alolan Ninetales|
|Alolan Diglett||Floor / steel||Alolan Dugtrio|
|Alolan Meow||Dark||Alola Persian|
|Alolan Geodude||Rock/Electro||Alolan Kieser, Alolan Golem|
|Galarian Zigzag||Dark/Normal||Galarian Linoone, Galarian Obstagoon|
|Galarian Darumaka||Ice||Galarian Darmanitan|
|Galarian Stunfisk||Floor / steel|
Pokemon Go 10km Egg List
This used to be the largest egg, but not anymore. Here is the 10km egg map for Pokemon Go.
|Emolga||Electric / Flying|
|Ruffles||Normal / Flying||Braviarium|
|NOI Bật||Flying dragon||Noivern|
Pokemon Go 12km Egg Map
The 12km Red Eggs in Pokemon Go are also known as “strange eggs” and offer some high-level Pokemon as rewards.
|Vullaby||Dark / Flying||Mandibuzz|
Pokemon Go Adventure Sync Egg Chart
In addition to the regular 5km and 10km eggs in Pokemon Go, there are also a handful of special eggs of these distances that are rewarded for completing certain adventure sync goals.
Depending on how far you go, you’ll be rewarded with special eggs that have a high chance of hatching one of six Pokémon – meaning there are 12 possible rewards in this category, six for each egg size.