Pokemon GO Egg List Chart: 10KM, 7KM, 5KM, 2KM Pokemon Egg hatching guide

UPDATE – Farfetch’d, Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime, and Tauros are joining 7km eggs very soon. In the meantime, here’s a Pokemon GO egg catching guide for all existing 10km, 7km, 5km and 2km eggs.

Pokemon GO Egg List Chart: 10KM, 7KM, 5KM, 2KM Pokemon Egg hatching guidePOKEMON

Pokemon GO Egg List Chart: 10KM, 7KM, 5KM, 2KM Pokemon Egg hatching guide

10 September 2018 – Egg List Change!

Niantic has just announced some new in-game bonuses for to celebrate trainers hard work over the summer during the various global events.

As part of this “Pokemon GO Ultra Bonus” players will be able to take part in a whole series of Kanto Raids and best of all Mewtwo will be joining the normal raid pool for one month.

However, you’ve come to a paid dedicated to all things Pokemon GO Eggs. And as such, we also have some egg news for you.

It was also announced as part of this Ultra Bonus that the four Gen 1 regional pokemon – Farfetch’d, Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime, and Tauros – will be joining the 7km egg pool.

However, before you get too excited. It’s worth noting that this is only for one month, starting Sept 13th at 1 PM PDT (9pm BST) and lasting until September 30.

So, in the meantime, might we suggest you start walking as many eggs as possible and look to get rid of any existing 7km eggs you might have already. As only eggs obtained after September 13th at 1 PM PDT will include these special regional Pokemon.

Stand by, should any more details come to light…

While your main concern may be catching all the Pokemon you can, it’s important not to forget another crucial part of Pokemon Go – the eggs.

Collecting Pokemon eggs and hatching them is a good way to randomly acquire new Pokemon.

You can have up to nine eggs in your bag, and you’ll hatch them when you have walked a certain distance.

Read on to find out more about the 2km, 5km, 7km and 10km egg groups as well as what Pokemon are – at the time of writing – available in each egg.

How to get eggs?

You can collect Pokemon eggs from random PokeStops.

You can find these on your map marked as blue cubes on notable locations around the city.

When you get close enough to the Pokestop you can select it, causing the Pokestop to appear as a picture.

Spin the picture until the blue frame turns pink, typically releasing Pokeballs.

In the case of the 7km egg, you can only recieve these eggs as a gift from friends. These eggs also only distribute Alolan Pokemon.

What’s inside each Egg Tier?

2km

• Machop (Gen 1)

• Shellder (Gen 1)

• Cleffa (Gen 2)

• Igglybuff (Gen 2)

• Pichu (Gen 2)

• Togepi (Gen 2)

• Aron (Gen 3)

• Barboach (Gen 3)

• Luvdisc (Gen 3)

• Spheal (Gen 3)

• Poochyena (Gen 3)

• Swablu (Gen 3)

• Swinub (Gen 2)

• Tailow (Gen 3)

• Wailmer (Gen 3)

5km:

• Evee (Gen 1)

• Kabuto (Gen 1)

• Lickitung (Gen 1)

• Omanyte (Gen 1)

• Onix (Gen 1)

• Scyther (Gen 1)

• Tangela (Gen 1)

• Elekid (Gen 2)

• Mantine (Gen 2)

• Pineco (Gen 2)

• Shuckle (Gen 2)

• Smoochum (Gen 2)

• Tyrogue (Gen 2)

• Azurill (Gen 3)

• Baltoy (Gen 3)

• Cacnea (Gen 3)

• Carvanha (Gen 3)

• Corphish (Gen 3)

• Lileep (Gen 3)

• Lotad (Gen 3)

• Makuhita (Gen 3)

• Mudkip (Gen 3)

• Nosepass (Gen 3)

• Numel (Gen 3)

• Shroomish (Gen 3)

• Snorunt (Gen 3)

• Torchic (Gen 3)

• Treecko (Gen 3)

• Wingull (Gen 3)

• Wynaut (Gen 3)

7km

• Alolan Diglett

• Alolan Geodude

• Alolan Grimer

• Alolan Meowth

• Alolan Sandshrew

• Alolan Vulpix

10km

• Chansey (Gen 1)

• Dratini (Gen 1)

• Porygon (Gen 1)

• Snorlax (Gen 1)

• Larvitar (Gen 2)

• Mareep (Gen 2)

• Bagon (Gen 3)

• Chimecho (Gen 3)

• Feebas (Gen 3)

• Slakoth (Gen 3)

• Trapinch (Gen 3)

Incubators explained:

An egg needs to be inside an incubator for your steps to count towards hatching the egg.

Select one of your eggs, and press start incubation and choose an incubator.

Once it’s inside, every km you walk will add towards the total goal needed.

When you have walked the needed distance, the egg will hatch. It’s that simple.

Equally, it’s important to add the app needs to be open on screen for your steps to count (unless you’re using a Pokemon GO Plus device).

You get one infinite-use incubator, which you can use to churn out your eggs to your hearts content.

But the other in-game incubators can only be obtained from the shop – purchased using PokeCoins – or when leveling up.

Incubators can only be used three times each before they break and disappear.

What about Super Incubators?

These function exactly the same as normal incubators, but importantly, require you to walk less than the normal distance in order to hatch.

For instance, a 10km egg will only require you to walk 6.6km before hatching.

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