as mentioned in In other terms, this means that not all 10 km egg species are rarer than 2 km egg species or 5 km egg species.
“Pokemon Go” New Pokemon Plus DeviceThe Pokémon GO Plus device is a small device that lets you enjoy “Pokemon Go” while you’re on the move and not looking at your smartphone, according to Pokemon Go.
“Pokemon Go” fans can expect a new Pokemon Plus device soon, as Niantic confirms plans to launch Legendary Pokemon this year and Gen 2 Eggs as well.
Introducing Legendary Pokemon would make sense at this point, with the warmer weather well suited to hunting rare Pokemon out in the wild.
“Pokemon Go” Gen 2 Eggs RevealedAccording to Itech Post, Pokemon GO teams have doubled in size since the release of “Pokemon Go” Gen 2 eggs patch.
What Gen 2 Pokemon Don’t Hatch From Eggs?
as informed in Some of these Pokemon (like Sentret or Ledyba) were probably excluded because they’re considered the “common” Pokemon from Gen 2.
So, it makes sense that Pokemon Go would exclude equivalent common Pokemon from the egg pool with the new update.
One of the weirder discoveries is that many Gen 2 Pokemon do NOT hatch from eggs.
In November, Pokemon Go pulled common Pokemon like Pidgey, Caterpie, and Weedle from the egg pool in order to keep players interested in the game.
Considering that eggs are the only way for many players to obtain Pokemon that aren’t commonly found in the area, it’s strange that these Pokemon aren’t included in the game’s egg pool.
as informed in
Pokemon GO Gen 2 listEurogamer released a detailed Pokemon GO Gen 2 tally from Johto.
Also Read: Pokemon GO Gen 2 Legendaries 2017 Release Still Unconfirmed; Niantic Promises Mew, Mewtwo And Legendary Birds This Year
We have gathered a complete list of the additional Pokemons, including eggs and babies included in the upgrade.
Pokemon GO’s latest Gen 2 update adds more than 80 new creatures.
These included Pokemon GO Gen 2 babies that evolved from the initial 251.
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