here is our initial release of the Generation III Egg Chart. based upon the knowledge collected so far. Huge shout out to everyone who sent their catches to us, or our Spanish partners at Pokémon GO Hub ES, via Twitter and e-mail ([email protected]).
Before we share the list, please be aware that this is a very early version and will likely change in the future. Egg charts can be… hard, and almost always, they require further research and validation. Unfortunately, it’s not something we can reverse engineer, we depend on observational data and accurate user reports to build it.
In addition, we don’t know if all previously known Egg Pokémon are still hatching (see Pokemon GO Egg Chart (Gen I and II)). We think that they still are, but time will tell if we’re correct.
Without further ado, these are the new Generation III hatches:
|2 KM||5 KM||10 KM|
We’ve given particular reports more gravity than we usually do, especially if they followed the same pattern established by previous generations, while we also cut some of the obvious “reports” created by using Photoshop and other tools for photo manipulation.
If you observe something new, let us know in the comments below, we’ll do another round of research in a few days to see if we missed something and to see how the older hatches behave.