Pokémon Go Seven KM Eggs now exclusively hatching Fossil Pokémon

Pokémon Go Seven KM Eggs now exclusively hatching Fossil Pokémon

While the content of Pokémon Go eggs is constantly changing, today Niantic announced one of the biggest non-event egg changes since the introduction of the Alolan Variant Pokémon. As of February 18, 2020, all fossil Pokémon will strictly hatch from Seven KM Eggs. As a reminder, Seven KM eggs are eggs placed randomly in gifts exchanged with friends. You can fill up on gifts simply by spinning PokéStops, but you can only hold ten at a time and you can only open 20 gifts per day. Until now, these eggs were the only way to get most of the Alolan Variant Pokémon, but these eggs also included most of the Pokémon babies.

The announcement did not specify where the Alolan Variants would move or if they would not be available at the moment, nor did it specify where most of the Pokémon babies would hatch. He said that perhaps the most wanted baby Pokémon, Riolu would now hatch ten-kilometer eggs.

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For now, you can hatch the following Pokémon exclusively from your Seven KM Eggs:

So be sure to exchange lots of gifts and do a lot of walking to hatch these prehistoric Pokémon! Are you eager to have this chance to discover other fossil Pokémon? What would you like to see in the next exchange? Send us a comment below and be sure to check out our full Pokédex, along with many Pokémon Go guides, so you too can become a Pokémon master!

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