Pokémon Eggs are a big part of playing Pokémon Go, and it’s always a disappointment when a common Pokémon hatches from an egg that takes you quite a while to catch. Well, Niantic has implemented a few new changes that should make things a little better.
First, as reported by players and then confirmed by the company through Twitter, Eevee will no longer hatch from 10-kilometer eggs.
10-kilometer eggs are rare and usually give players an uncommon Pokémon, which is why the more-common Eevee is a disappointment despite the Pokémon’s general popularity aside from that. Eevee has now been restricted to 5-kilometer eggs, so you’ll no longer need to worry about one coming from your 10-kilometer egg.
Meanwhile, the company also announced that Pidgey and Rattata no longer hatch from eggs. Your Pokémon eggs are now more likely than ever to give you the Pokémon you’re really hoping for.
In another step toward balancing out spawns, a later announcement said more Pokémon will now be available where common Pokémon like Pidgey, Rattata, and Zubat were usually found.
Spawn rates and eggs have been a concern for players of the popular augmented reality game, so it’s good to see the company taking these things into account and continuing to tweak the game. Of course, it’s also entertaining to see all of these things reported as new discoveries made by Professor Willow.
Are you happy with these Pokémon Go changes? What other changes are you hoping to see in the future? Let us know in the comments below.
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