Niantic have prepared a Pokemon Go Season of Mischief for everybody to dive into and new Egg hatches are included. Here, we’re going to run through the current Egg charts and how you can hatch them.
As regular Go players will know by now, the Pokemon that hatch out of Eggs depends on the color and type that you’ve collected. You need to walk a specific distance for them to hatch, from low-rarity 2km Eggs through to the grind of 12km variants.
Eggs can be picked up by spinning Pokestops, which are activated by visiting landmarks and swiping the circle on-screen. However, 7km Eggs are earned by opening Gifts, while 12km ‘Strange’ Eggs are a reward for defeating Team Go Rocket Leaders.
That said, with the Season of Mischief bringing in some big changes and exciting content, you won’t be shocked to hear the list of potential hatches in Pokemon Go is also being shaken up.
- 2km Egg chart
- 5km Egg chart
- 7km Egg chart
- 10km Egg chart
- 12km Egg chart
- Halloween Mischief Eggs
- Adventure Sync Egg charts
Pokemon Go Egg chart for Season of Mischief
The Season of Mischief event has shaken up the Egg chart in Pokemon Go, with a new range of Pokemon now potentially hatching. Here are the current Egg charts:
- Nidoran – Male
- Nidoran – Female
- Alolan Diglett
- Alolan Geodude
- Alolan Grimer
- Alolan Meowth
- Alolan Sandshrew
- Alolan Vulpix
- Galarian Darumaka
- Galarian Farfetch’d
- Galarian Meowth
- Galarian Ponyta
- Galarian Stunfisk
- Galarian Zigzagoon
Pokemon Go Halloween Mischief Egg chart
Pokemon Go’s Halloween 2021 event is bringing even more Egg hatches. Running from October 22 to 31, it throws some spooky-themed ‘mon into the mix.
- Galarian Yamask
Included in the Season of Mischief is a number of Weekly Adventure Sync Rewards, which feature both 5km Eggs and 10km Eggs. For these, the Pokemon that can hatch from them are also different:
5km Egg (Adventure Sync) hatches
10km Egg (Adventure Sync) hatches
When does the Pokemon Go Season of Mischief start?
The Season of Mischief began on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, at 10am and runs through until Wednesday, December 1, 2021, at 10am local time.
The event will also introduce a number of other changes to the mobile game, including the introduction of Hoopa, strange occurrences popping up, and different Pokemon spawning at specific locations.
That’s everything you need to know about Eggs! For more tips to becoming the ultimate Trainer, check out our Pokemon Go guides below:
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