The eggs have changed! Starting today, Eggs in Pokémon GO introduces a new set of Pokémon, across all Egg ranges, including Adventure Timing rewards.
the official word came from Niantic, and we’ve put together helpful charts and infographics for each Egg group. Please note that Pokémon that appear in the wild only in specific regions will only hatch from Eggs obtained in those regions.
PS: Huge salute to @ Orangeheart2018 for an incredible amount of infographics recently, including the ones on the reorganization of the eggs. Follow our artist on Twitter if you want!
2 KM Eggs
The new 2KM eggs include Pokémon that are quite common in the wild.
5 KM Eggs
The 5KM egg pool is absolutely huge. There are simply too many Pokémon to go through all of them, but there really is a lot to look forward to here.
7 KM Eggs
The 7KM Egg Pool is entirely dedicated to Galar and Alola Pokémon.
10 KM Eggs
The new 10KM Eggs feature a mix of familiar faces and exciting newcomers. The size of the pool is a bit wide for a 10KM egg, but given that most of the top tier hatches have been moved to 12KM Strange eggs this makes sense.
Strange Eggs (12 KM Eggs)
Strange Eggs, also known as Team GO Rocket Eggs, feature the most interesting hatches among all the egg groups (author’s opinion). Sure, all of Egg’s other levels have some notable storylines, but the 12KM groups are strong from start to finish. Well, with the exception of Trubbish.