Pokémon Eggs

Pokémon Eggs make a return in Pokémon GO and work in a manner much similar to the main games. Getting Pokémon Eggs is very simple; just go to a PokéStop and you'll have a chance to get a Pokémon Egg at it until you have 9 Eggs. You can tell the distance required by the colour of the eggs: Green requires 2km, Orange 5km and Purple 10km

Unlike the main games, you can't just have a Pokémon Egg with you for it to hatch. In this game, you need to use an Egg Incubator item. While you get one Egg Incubator from the get-go, you also can find others by levelling up or by purchasing them with your PokéCoins. The purchasable Egg Incubators have a use limit, though, meaning you can't just load up and be done. Each purchased Egg Incubator can hatch 3 Eggs while the one you get as standard can hatch an infinite amount of eggs.

Hatching eggs is a very worthwhile thing to do as many eggs hatch into Pokémon that you could have a hard time finding in your area.

Hatching Eggs

Hatching Eggs is done just like the main games in that you have to walk in order to hatch the egg. Each egg has got a set distance that needs to be traversed before the egg will hatch. Unfortunately, there is no way of speeding this up using a Pokémon. You need to have the app open while walking for the distance to count. If the app is closed, then the egg will not hatch.

In addition to this, if you end up travelling by a vehicle such as planes, trains and automobiles, the distance will not be counted. The game can detect how fast you move due to the GPS and will not register that distance for the Egg.

When the egg hatches, you'll get experience for hatching the egg being the distance travelled times 100 so 200, 500 or 1000 XP and, if it's a new Pokémon, you'll get 500 more XP. You will also receive a number of candies for the evolution line. This ranges from 5 to 40 candies randomly, based on the CP of the hatched Pokémon.

Pokémon Egg List

 
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