Pokémon GO October 2020 Egg Shakeup

Eggs have changed! Starting today, Eggs in Pokémon GO feature a brand new set of Pokémon, across all Egg distances, including Adventure Sync rewards.

The official word came from Niantic, and we’ve prepared handy infographics and tables for every Egg group. Please note that Pokémon that appear in the wild only in specific regions will hatch only from Eggs obtained in those regions.

P.S. Huge shoutout to @OrangeHeart2018 for an insane amount of infographics recently, including the ones for the Egg shake-up. Follow our artist on Twitter if you want!


2 KM Eggs

Pokémon GO 2 KM Eggs

Thew new 2 KM eggs feature Pokémon that are fairly common in the wild.

2 KM Eggs
Pokemon GO ZubatZubat Pokemon GO PoliwagPoliwag Pokemon GO CuboneCubone
Pokemon GO MagikarpMagikarp Pokemon GO MareepMareep Pokemon GO WooperWooper
Pokemon GO SnubbullSnubbull Pokemon GO VolbeatVolbeat Pokemon GO IllumiseIllumise
Pokemon GO WailmerWailmer Pokemon GO SwabluSwablu Pokemon GO BuizelBuizel
Pokemon GO BunearyBuneary Pokemon GO SnivySnivy Pokemon GO TepigTepig
Pokemon GO OshawottOshawott Pokemon GO MinccinoMinccino

5 KM Eggs

The 5 KM egg pool is absolutely massive. There’s simply too many Pokémon to go through all of them, but there’s really a lot to look forward here.

5 KM Eggs
Pokemon GO MachopMachop Pokemon GO Farfetch’dFarfetch’d Pokemon GO SeelSeel
Pokemon GO VoltorbVoltorb Pokemon GO LickitungLickitung Pokemon GO KangaskhanKangaskhan
Pokemon GO TaurosTauros Pokemon GO EeveeEevee Pokemon GO PinecoPineco
Pokemon GO HeracrossHeracross Pokemon GO CorsolaCorsola Pokemon GO RaltsRalts
Pokemon GO AronAron Pokemon GO TorkoalTorkoal Pokemon GO FeebasFeebas
Pokemon GO TropiusTropius Pokemon GO ClamperlClamperl Pokemon GO RelicanthRelicanth
Pokemon GO Mime Jr.Mime Jr. Pokemon GO ChatotChatot Pokemon GO HippopotasHippopotas
Pokemon GO CarnivineCarnivine Pokemon GO PansagePansage Pokemon GO PansearPansear
Pokemon GO PanpourPanpour Pokemon GO PachirisuPachirisu Pokemon GO BlitzleBlitzle
Pokemon GO RoggenrolaRoggenrola Pokemon GO MaractusMaractus Pokemon GO GothitaGothita
Pokemon GO SolosisSolosis Pokemon GO BouffalantBouffalant

7 KM Eggs

Pokémon GO 7 KM Eggs (October 2020)

The 7 KM Egg pool is fully dedicated to Galarian and Alolan Pokémon.

7 KM Eggs
Pokemon GO Geodude (Alola)Geodude (Alola) Pokemon GO Meowth (Galarian)Meowth (Galarian) Pokemon GO Sandshrew (Alola)Sandshrew (Alola)
Pokemon GO Grimer (Alola)Grimer (Alola) Pokemon GO Meowth (Alola)Meowth (Alola) Pokemon GO Stunfisk (Galarian)Stunfisk (Galarian)
Pokemon GO Farfetch’d (Galarian)Farfetch’d (Galarian) Pokemon GO Vulpix (Alola)Vulpix (Alola) Pokemon GO Zigzagoon (Galarian)Zigzagoon (Galarian)
Pokemon GO Darumaka (Galarian)Darumaka (Galarian)

10 KM Eggs

Pokémon GO 10 KM Eggs (October 2020)

The new 10 KM Eggs feature a mix of familiar faces and exciting new arrivals. The pool size is a bit wide for a 10 KM egg, but since most of the top tier hatches have moved to the 12 KM Strange eggs, this makes sense.

10 KM Eggs
Pokemon GO ShinxShinx Pokemon GO GibleGible Pokemon GO RioluRiolu
Pokemon GO AudinoAudino Pokemon GO TimburrTimburr Pokemon GO DarumakaDarumaka
Pokemon GO SigilyphSigilyph Pokemon GO EmolgaEmolga Pokemon GO FerroseedFerroseed
Pokemon GO KlinkKlink Pokemon GO ElgyemElgyem Pokemon GO LitwickLitwick
Pokemon GO AxewAxew Pokemon GO GolettGolett Pokemon GO RuffletRufflet

Strange Eggs (12 KM Eggs)

Pokémon GO 12 KM Eggs (October 2020)

Strange Eggs, aka Team GO Rocket eggs, feature the most interesting hatches among all egg groups (author’s opinion). Sure, all other Egg tiers have a few notable hatches, but the 12 KM groups is strong through and through. Well, with the exception of Trubbish.

12 KM Eggs
Pokemon GO LarvitarLarvitar Pokemon GO AbsolAbsol Pokemon GO SandileSandile
Pokemon GO ScraggyScraggy Pokemon GO TrubbishTrubbish Pokemon GO PawniardPawniard
Pokemon GO VullabyVullaby Pokemon GO DeinoDeino