Pokemon GO Easter Event Egg Chart

Niantic has finally launched a brand new event in Pokémon GO to celebrate the upcoming Easter. The said Easter Event features several in-game bonuses such as Double XP, increased candy dropping from Eggs, and increased number of Pokémon species that can be hatched from Pokémon Eggs. As reported, the egg ratio during this event is different from the usual one. Also, they could perhaps differ from what they will be in the near future.

Pokémon GO Easter Event or also known as Eggstravaganza officially arrives yesterday and would run until April 20. This brand new event is expected to bring the best experience for both old and new players of the game. As mentioned above, the XP gained during the event will be doubled. That means every activity done by the players such as spinning the PokeStop or catching wild Pokémon will be covered by the double XP. Apparently, it could grow up to 4X when players activate the Lucky Egg which currently has a 50 percent discount.

On the other hand, the contents of the Pokémon Eggs have been slightly altered. People at The Silph Road had already listed these changes. Based on the list, it appears that there are some extra-rare Pokémon appearing in 2KM eggs. However, Slashgear reported that 2KM eggs unlikely contain all present Pokémon in the game.

As seen on the list, Misdreavus and Remoraid has been listed under the 2KM Eggs and considered as rare hatches. Meanwhile, 5KM Eggs also have several rare hatches such as Seel, Onyx, Tangela, and Pinsir, while the Ultra-Rare hatches include Grimer, Wobbuffet, Yanma, Sneasel, Omanyte, Lickitung, Shuckle, Qwilfish, Yanma, Kabuto, Girafarig, and Dunsparce. Lastly, the 10KM Eggs features Chansey, Mareep, and Sudowoodo as rare hatches, while Lapras, Porygon, Snorlax, Skarmory, and Miltank as Ultra-rare hatches.

Meanwhile, it notes that the content of this Egg Chart is expected to be updated soon. Pokémon GO is now available on both iOS and Android devices.

 

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