There are Eggs in Pokemon Go. And no, they are not edible like real-life eggs. Gross. Eggs are another way of catching Pokemon in Pokemon Go. All you need is an Egg and an Incubator to place the Egg. After that, walk the required distance, which is the name of the Egg, and that is all.
As mentioned, there are several types of Eggs. These are the 2km, 5km, 7km, 10km, and 12km Eggs. The last ones are the red ones named Strange Eggs. Oh, and there is the Adventure Sync Egg that is obtainable through the Adventure Sync feature. Depending on the number the name of the Egg has, that is how many kilometers you have to walk to successfully hatch your Pokemon and play with it.
Niantic sometimes is generous enough to release an Egg list that includes which Pokemon can hatch from which Egg. Making it easier for Trainers to get the Pokemon they want, or need, to complete their Pokedex. The list changes every month, so here is the Egg Pool list for October 2022.
Pokemon Go 2km Eggs October 2022
Pokemon Go 5km Eggs October 2022
Pokemon Go 7km Eggs October 2022
- Galarian Yamask
Pokemon Go 10km Eggs October 2022
Pokemon Go 12km Eggs October 2022
Please have in mind that the Pokemon Go Egg Chart changes often, and we will make sure to update it regularly.
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