In Pokémon GO, Pokémon eggs are items that can be obtained from Pokéstops and naturally, these eggs contain Pokémon. The specific Pokémon it contains, however, is a mystery until you hatch one. In this article, we will be all about Pokémon eggs, on how to get them, how to hatch them and some advance tips regarding Pokémon eggs.
Pokémon eggs can be obtained from Pokéstops with a fairly common rate and will never take up an item slot, the catch is that, by default, you can only hold on to 9 of them. Pokémon eggs have 3 classifications so far, one that hatches after 2 kilometers (1.2 miles), another that hatches in 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) and finally, eggs that will hatch after 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) of walking. Before you walk to hatch those eggs, you need to put them into an incubator first. To do this, go into the Pokémon page of your game by tapping the Pokéball icon and them tapping Pokémon, in the upper portion of your screen there will be 2 categories, Pokemon and Eggs, tap the eggs button and select which egg you want to hatch then tap the Start Incubation button. Now you’re ready to hatch Pokémon eggs.
Here’s a Youtube video that explains hatching eggs on Pokemon Go:
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