Pokemon GO developers recently added a total of seven baby Pokemon in the game that reportedly affected the evolved forms of Pokemon in-game. Apparently, Pokemon GO players have reportedly noted that the evolved Pokemon no longer hatch from the eggs. In addition, the main Gen 2 update reportedly rolled out without delivering the legendary Pokemon Mewtwo to the game.
Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Plus Region-Exclusive Mr. Mime, Tauros, No Longer Hatch From Eggs
The Silph Road researchers were reportedly working on a hatch rate test when reports of the hatch rates changes surfaced online. The researchers went on to test the eggs focusing on acquiring the evolved versions of the likes of Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Magmar, Electabuzz, Jynx and Clefairy. It should be noted that these Pokemon monsters have been altered in Pokemon GO with baby forms.
Apparently, the eggs no longer hatch the evolved versions in Pokemon GO. Moreover, Silph Road further noted that region-exclusives like Kangaskhan, Mr. Mime, Farfetch'd and Tauros also do not hatch from eggs anymore. Previously, it was revealed that these Pokemon GO monsters may only be found in certain regions. Furthermore, it is expected that new egg hatch rates would be uncovered soon as the Pokemon GO developers have been noted to change egg hatch rates in the game regularly.
Original Pokemon GO Commercial Claims are False
In other news, the main Gen 2 update reportedly came and went without the legendary Pokemon Mewtwo. It should be noted that the original game commercial for Pokemon GO revealed a huge battle with Pokemon GO trainers and the evil Mewtwo. The July 2016 release was also expected to include trading Pokemon and player vs player battles as seen in the commercial.
Pokemon GO experts have reportedly noted that it would apparently be improper to introduce the epic figure via a holiday update or a cutesy event. It is expected that Mewtwo's arrival in-game would be a grand event. While there are already rumors that Niantic is working on trading and pick-up fights, Mewtwo may be the last to arrive in the game.
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