Pokémon Go Gen 3 Egg Update: Bagon, Beldum And More

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The next batch of Hoenn Pokémon have finally come to Pokémon Go , allowing trainers to capture and train some of the most powerful in the region. Players will also have the chance to capture Rayquaza, one of the Legendary Pokémon of Gen 3.

The types of Pokémon that appear in eggs has changed, as they normally do whenever new Pokémon are added. If you’re looking to hatch a Bagon or Beldum, now’s the time. Here’s a list of the various Eggs in Pokémon Go with the Pokémon that now hatch from them. New Pokémon from the most recent update are in bold.

2 KM EGGS

Poochyena

Zigzagoon

Wurmple

Whismur

Aron

Gulpin

Wailmer

Spoink

Barboach

Luvdisc

Spheal

Taillow

Swablu

5 KM EGGS

Treecko

Torchic

Mudkip

Lotad

Seedot

Shroomish

Makuhita

Azuril

Nosepass

Skitty

Carvanha

Numel

Cacnea

Corphish

Baltoy

Lileep

Anorith

Shuppet

Duskull

Wynaut

Snorunt

10 KM EGGS

Ralts

Slakoth

Trapinch

Feebas

Chimecho

Bagon

Beldum

There aren’t many changes to the list. Some highlights are the addition of Chimecho, Bagon and Beldum to the 10km eggs. Swablu’s addition to the 2km eggs can help trainers get the 400 candy needed to evolve it into Altaria. Also, Spheal has changed from 5km eggs to 2km eggs.

Niantic has yet to complete the Hoenn PokeDex in Pokémon Go. Pokémon still missing from Gen 3 are Clamperl (and its evolutions, Gorebyss and Huntail), Kecleon, Spinda and Nincada (and its evolutions Ninjask and Shedinja).

Niantic has released Gen 3 of Pokémon Go in waves. The first wave released a handful of Pokémon and a new dynamic weather feature, which increases spawns of various types of Pokémon based on the weather, while also powering up certain types.

The second wave focused on Gen 3 Pokémon from the desert, adding new Ground and Rock-type Pokémon to the popular mobile game, while the third wave focused on Flying and Dragon-type Pokémon.

Have you been able to hatch any of the new Gen 3 Pokémon from an egg? Let us know in the comments section below.

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