The ultimate goal of Pokemon Go is to complete the entries in the Pokédex, a comprehensive Pokémon encyclopedia, by capturing and evolving to obtain the original 151 Pokémon. We know that there are 142 you can catch in the US, six legendaries within the original 151 are thought to be unattainable at the moment, plus three more exclusive to certain international regions. It’s not easy to collect all Pokemon. Last week a young man called John has finished his international journey and catch all 145 Pokemon. As a common player, we are still worry abou how to catch new Pokemon or how to catch rare Pokemon. There is a way.
When you’ve just downloaded Pokémon Go, and your quest to find Pokémon is going pretty well – but there’s a way to get even more Pokémon without even throwing a Pokéball. In Pokémon Go, hatching eggs is a great way to get some seriously rare Pokémon, and although it might take a while, it’s pretty simple to do. When gathering items at PokéStops, you may find a Pokémon Egg. Place the Egg in an incubator, and the Egg will hatch into a Pokémon as you walk. Pokemon Go Account For Sale In Pokémon Go, eggs come in 2km, 5km and 10km varieties. Each Egg displays the number of kilometers you must walk for the Egg to hatch.
In general, the more kilometers required, the rarer the Pokémon that will hatch. A notification will appear when the Egg has hatched. Make sure you have the Pokémon GO app open while you walk. Kilometers walked when the Pokémon GO app is closed won’t count toward hatching your Eggs. After you’ve got an egg, it will stay in your items forever, so you need to put it in an incubator to actually start the hatching process. Pokémon Go gives you one egg incubator to start off with, and it comes with unlimited uses – but you can also pick up egg incubators when you level up, and from certain Poké Stops.
While your first incubator has unlimited uses, most of the Pokémon egg incubators you find will have a limited amount of uses – and will disappear once you hit that limit. An incubator can only hold one Egg at a time. Buy Pokemon Go Account To incubate and hatch multiple Eggs at the same time, you can purchase additional incubators in the shop. To incubate an egg, first boot up the Pokémon Go app, then go click on the Pokéball at the bottom of the screen. After that go to Pokémon, and then slide right to Eggs. Simply click on the egg you want to start incubating, and you’ll see a list of the egg incubators you have available.
Click one and the incubation process will start. In Pokémon Go, eggs hatch by the distance you cover – but that’s specifically distance covered while the app is open. The Pokémon Go app isn’t stupid, so if you’re in a car, high-speed train or another form of transport, Pokémon Go’s GPS won’t count the distance towards your egg-hatching goals. You need to be travelling at walking pace, so it can be worth keeping the app open while on the bus or if you’re a passenger in traffic. Once you hit the required distance your egg will hatch, revealing a brand-new Pokémon – and hopefully the one you’re after.