The month of May is in, and it brings minor changes to the Pokemon you can hatch from eggs, as well as new field research rewards. Let us have a look at the updated list of egg hatches of all distances for the month of May.
This is the first update of egg chart by Niantic in the month of May and is expected to remain unchanged till May mid.
- Pokemon Go Egg Types
- Pokemon Go Egg Chart May 2021
- Regional Pokemons In Eggs
- Handy Tip To Hatch Eggs Quicker In Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go Egg Types
There are basically four types of eggs in game: 2km, 5km, 7km, 10km and 12km which can be obtained by spinning PokeStops and Gyms, by opening gifts and defeating Team Go Rocket Leaders. In order to hatch the eggs, you first need to incubate them, and then walk for the specified distance. Once you walk for the distance required to hatch, you encounter an ‘Oh?’ message, followed by ‘An egg is about to hatch’, after which you see the Pokemon hatched from that egg.
Once hatched, immediately incubate another so as not to waste any distance; also keep in mind to keep the Adventure Sync on all the time, so that the game can track your movements even when it is closed.
Here are your chances of getting eggs of each type from PokeStops or Gyms in Pokemon Go:
- 2km Eggs: 47.9%
- 5km Eggs: 36.6%
- 10km Eggs: 15.5%
Note: 7km eggs are different but important, as they contain some unique Pokemon which cannot be caught from the wild, including Alolan forms. They can only be obtained from gifts sent to you by friends. Also, they repeatedly get bonuses during special events such as higher chances of hatching baby Pokemon, or hatching event-specific Pokemon.
Pokemon Go Egg Chart May 2021
Below are the list of egg hatches, grouped according to distance. We have also included regional Pokemons and event-themed hatches i.e. Pokemons which you can hatch during the various ongoing events. The Egg pool has frequent updates; therefore if the list is not completely correct at a time, make sure that you check in again later.
2km Egg Hatches
Upon hatching a 2km egg, you get 5-15 candies, and 400-800 StarDust, depending upon your hatch as well as it’s IV. Below is the list of Pokemons you can hatch from 2km eggs, along with the approximate percentage for each Pokemon; the ones highlighted can also be shiny.
5km Egg Hatches
Upon hatching a 5km egg, you get 10-21 candies, and 800-1600 StarDust, depending upon your hatch as well as it’s IV. Below is the list of Pokemons you can hatch from 5km eggs, along with the approximate percentage for each Pokemon; the ones highlighted can also be shiny.
5km Normal Hatches
The following Pokemon can be hatched from the 5km eggs, regardless of any ongoing event; the ones highlighted can also be shiny:
5km Adventure Sync Hatches
7km Egg Hatches
10km Egg Hatches
Upon hatching a 10km egg, you get 16-32 candies, and around 2000 StarDust, depending upon your hatch as well as it’s IV. Below is the list of Pokemons you can hatch from 5km eggs; the ones highlighted can also be shiny.
10km Adventure Sync Hatches
12km Strange Egg Hatches
Strange Eggs are the newest addition in Pokemon Go. These eggs can be obtained by defeating any of the three Team Go Rocket leaders. The Pokemon hatched from these eggs are mostly Dark or Poison-typed, or those who acquire these types upon evolution. Below is the list of Pokemons you can hatch from 12km eggs; the ones highlighted can also be shiny.
12km Normal hatches
Regional Pokemons In Eggs
Apart from the above hatches, there are some Pokemon which are region-specific and which cannot be hatched anywhere outside that region. However, few of them have now been made available in the wild. Here is the list (the ones highlighted can also be shiny):
2km Egg Hatches
- Illumise: America and Africa
- Volbeat: Asia/ Australia/ Europe
5km Egg Hatches
- Bouffalant: New York City and surrounding areas
- Carnivine: North America
- Chatot: North Australia
- Corsola: Tropical areas around the Equator
- Farfetch’d: Japan/ South Korea
- Heracross: Central and South America
- Kangaskhan: Australia/ Asia
- Maractus: Central America/ South America/ the Caribbean
- Mime Jr.: Europe
- Pachirisu: Canada/ Russia
- Panpour: The Americas
- Pansage: Asia/ Australia/ New Zealand
- Pansear: Africa/ Europe/ Middle East
- Relicanth: New Zealand and surrounding areas
- Tauros: United States
- Torkoal: South Asia
- Tropius: Africa/ the Mediterranean
10km Egg Hatches
Handy Tip To Hatch Eggs Quicker In Pokemon Go
It might be a hassle a for you to walk miles in order to get an egg to hatch. Even when Niantic slashed the walking distance in half for eggs, it’s difficult for players to walk so much on a daily basis, especially when you are hunting for a shiny Pokemon. So, how do you skip past the limitations and yourself a ton of eggs? More importantly, how do we do that? Well, first of all you need to know that we do this for determining shiny rates through egg hatches only. We do this with this little nifty tool from Amazon and we get around anywhere near 60km to 110km daily.
If you are really a hardcore Pokemon Go player, you might need this one in order to acquire all of the shiny Pokemons from egg hatches.