Pokémon Go egg guide: Which Pokemon from 2km, 5km, 7km and 10km eggs

Pokémon Go egg guide: Which Pokemon from 2km, 5km, 7km and 10km eggs

The key to completing your Pokédex in Pokémon Go is hatching eggs.

Eggs come in four difference distances that players have to walk in order to hatch them. They also grant a lot of candy for the Pokémon that hatches. For rare spawns like Snorlax or Blissey, hatching their baby Pokémon (Munchlax and Happiny, respectively), can the best way to collect their candy quickly. Higher kilometer eggs reward more candy.

How do I get eggs?

Two, five, and 10 kilometer eggs are obtainable from spinning Pokéstops. You can also get eggs as a weekly Adventure Sync reward if you walk over 25 kilometers.

Seven kilometer eggs are only obtainable from gifts. If your friend sends you a gift and you have an open egg slot, you have a chance to get a yellow, 7KM egg.

WHICH POKéMON CAN HATCH FROM WHICH EGGS?

What’s in Pokémon Go eggs changes frequently. The table below includes all the all of the currently-available egg hatches, as of Jan. 14, 2021.

Note that regional Pokémon will only hatch from eggs obtained from their respective region.

2KM EGGS

A-G E-O P-V W-Z
A-G E-O P-V W-Z
Buizel Illumise (regional) Poliwag Wailmer
Buneary Litleo Snivy Wingull
Bunnelby Magikarp Snubbull Wooper
Cubone Mareep Swablu Zubat
Fletchling Minccino Tepig
Growlithe Oshawott Volbeat (regional)

5KM EGGS

A-D E-K K-P R-V
A-D E-K K-P R-V
Baltoy Eevee Karrablast Ralts
Blitzle Farfetch’d (regional) Lickitung Relicanth (regional)
Bouffalant (regional) Feebas Machop Roggenrola
Budew Fennekin Maractus (regional) Shelmet
Carnivine (regional) Froakie Mime Jr. (regional) Snover
Chatot (regional) Gothita Pachirisu (regional) Solosis
Chespin Heracross (regional) Panpour (regional) Tauros (regional)
Clamperl Hippopotas Pansage (regional) Torkoal (regional)
Corsola (regional) Joltik Pansear (regional) Tropius (regional)
Ducklett Kangaskhan (regional) Pineco Voltorb

7KM EGGS

Alolan Pokémon Galarian Pokémon
Alolan Pokémon Galarian Pokémon
Alolan Diglett Galarian Darumaka
Alolan Geodude Galarian Farfetch’d
Alolan Grimer Galarian Meowth
Alolan Meowth Galarian Ponyta
Alolan Sandshrew Galarian Stunfisk
Alolan Vulpix Galarian Zigzagoon

10KM EGGS

A-E F-K L-R S-T
A-E F-K L-R S-T
Audino Ferroseed Litwick Shinx
Axew Gible Noibat Sigilyph (regional)
Darumaka Golett Riolu Timburr
Espurr Klink Rufflet

12KM EGGS

A-D L-P S T-V
A-D L-P S T-V
Absol Larvitar Sandile Trubbish
Deino Pawniard Scraggy Vullaby

How do I hatch eggs?

To hatch an egg, put the egg in an Incubator. All players will have one orange Incubator that they can use forever. Incubators can only hold one egg at a time. All other Incubators can be used three times before they disappear. Additional Incubators are purchased with coins (earned through holding gyms or paying real money).

Regular Incubators hatch eggs the same way the orange unlimited Incubator does, but Super Incubators cut the distance you need to hatch by one-third.

Having more than one Incubator means being able to incubate more than one egg at a time and thus more hatches for the same amount of walking. It’s by no means mandatory to use more than the free unlimited Incubator, but if you’d like to speed up your progress, it’s an option.

After your egg is in an Incubator, you just have to walk around. If you have Adventure Sync turned on, you can walk around with the app closed to hatch eggs.

The egg list changes somewhat frequently, so be sure to keep an eye on this page to see what your eggs can hatch into.

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