If you are an impatient person and don’t like surprises, you are at the right place.
We all know that in Pokémon Go, Pokémon can be caught in churches, parks, and various locations that are their natural habitats. On the other hand, you can also get Pokémon by hatching them from eggs.
For hatching, the first thing you’ll need are eggs, and they can be found randomly at PokéStops. The next step will be to go to the inventory where you’ll find an egg incubator. You can incubate one egg at a time in an incubator, and it doesn’t have any limit in usage.
However, there’s is an option to buy additional incubators from the shop in case you want to hatch more than one egg at a time. You can also receive such incubators for free as rewards for leveling up, but they break after three uses. You’ll need to buy more incubators when you start collecting more eggs.
A total of three types of eggs can be found in Pokémon Go. They hatch at 2 km, 5 km and 10 km respectively if you walk down or cycle. The eggs, however, don’t hatch when you use car, motorbikes or other fast means of transportation.
You will be able to find common Pokémon in the 2 km eggs, while 10 km eggs will fetch you rare Pokémon. One good thing here is that if you are incubating multiple eggs at a time, you don’t need to travel separately for every egg. They’ll all hatch together once you reach the required distance.
2 kilometer eggs
5 kilometer eggs
10 kilometer eggs