Pokemon Eggs are not something new to the community and as we all know they are very important and we all give our best to hatch as many 2KM, 5KM, 7KM and 10 KM Eggs as we can and eventually hatch the Pokemon we need.
There are two Egg Pools in the game, the 2km, 5km, 7km, 10km and the Adventure Sync Egg Pool. With that being said there are hundreds of species that one can hatch from these types of Eggs. But what if Niantic keeps on adding new Pokemon and decreases their hatch rate? That means that we have to use Incubators and we all know that the Incubators are not something that is free in the game.
At the beginning of 2019, a Pokemon Go player made an analysis about the “True Cost of Riolu” and it turns out that players have to walk 1,000KM and spend real money, an average of $50-$60 just to hatch Riolu. I know that many of you are still trying to hatch Riolu from Eggs, and the truth is the chances are very low.
A Pokemon Go player called PlayfulTitan18 started a “Eggs are Loot Boxes” discussion and it got a lot of attention – over 4,000 Pokemon Go players agree with his thread.
Here is what he wrote:
Eggs have really become more like “loot boxes” in Pokemon Go.
Niantic just continues to add Pokemon into eggs and while it makes sense with new generations of Pokemon being introduced into the game there comes to a point where they need to change what’s in eggs. There is way to many Pokemon in them that if you just want a certain one from the eggs the odds of you hatching that Pokemon are very slim. So they either need to dilute the egg pool or do something to make hatching eggs less daunting.
Will you spend real money to hatch Eggs and eventually end up with the Pokemon you want/need? Let us know in the comment section below.
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