Pokemon GO Egg charts for February 2024

Pokemon GO Egg charts for February 2024
Images via Niantic | The Pokemon Company

Written by 

Daniel Megarry

Last updated 

1st Feb 2024 16:25

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Hatching Eggs is a great way to fill out your collection in Pokemon GO, and with the arrival of the Timeless Travels season, you might be wondering what can be found inside each Egg type.

Whether you're after a baby Pokemon, a regional variant, or a rare creature, it's always worth having an Egg on the go. Once you've reached maximum capacity, you won't be able to get any more Eggs in the game until you hatch the ones you already have - so it's a good idea to keep track of which Eggs you want to prioritise.

2km Egg Chart

Here's what you can hatch from 2km Eggs this season:

Pokemon Rarity Sprite
Pichu Tier 1
Pichu
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Igglybuff
Tier 1
Igglybuff
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Togepi Tier 1
Togepi
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Tyrogue Tier 1
Tyrogue
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Fomantis Tier 1
Fomantis
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Lechonk Tier 1
Lechonk
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Smoliv Tier 1
Smoliv
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Smoochum Tier 3
Smoochum
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Larvesta Tier 5
Larvesta
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5km Egg Chart

Here's what you can hatch from 5km Eggs this season:

Pokemon Rarity Sprite
Lickitung Tier 1
Lickitung
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Mareanie Tier 1
Mareanie
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Pawmi Tier 1
Pawmi
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Elekid Tier 3
Elekid
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Magby Tier 3
Magby
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Mime Jr. Tier 3
Mime Jr
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Sprigatito Tier 3
Sprigatito
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Fuecoco Tier 3
Fuecoco
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Quaxly Tier 3
Quaxly
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Larvesta Tier 5
Larvesta
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7km Egg Chart

Here's what you can hatch from 7km Eggs this season:

Pokemon Rarity Sprite
Galarian Meowth Tier 1
Galarian Meowth
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Galarian Stunfisk Tier 1
Galarian Stunfisk
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Alolan Geodude Tier 1
Alolan Geodude
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Alolan Meowth Tier 2
Alolan Meowth
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Galarian Ponyta Tier 2
Galarian Ponyta
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Galarian Farfetch'd Tier 2
Galarian Farfetch'd
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Alolan Sandshrew Tier 2
Alolan Sandshrew
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Alolan Vulpix Tier 3
Alolan Vulpix
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Galarian Slowpoke Tier 3
Galarian Slowpoke
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Paldean Wooper Tier 3
Paldean Wooper
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Galarian Zigzagoon Tier 4
Galarian Zigzagoon
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Alolan Grimer Tier 4
Alolan Grimer
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Galarian Darumaka Tier 5
Galarian Darumaka
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10km Egg Chart

Here's what you can hatch from 10km Eggs this season:

Pokemon Rarity Sprite
Dratini Tier 1
Dratini
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Beldum Tier 1
Beldum
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Tyrunt Tier 1
Tyrunt
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Amaura Tier 1
Amaura
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Carbink Tier 1
Carbink
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Goomy Tier 1
Goomy
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Jangmo-o Tier 3
Jangmo-o
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Frigibax Tier 4
Frigibax
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Larvesta Tier 5
Larvesta
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12km Egg Chart

Here's what you can hatch from 12km Eggs this season:

Pokemon Tier Sprite
Sandile Tier 1
Sandile
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Pawniard Tier 1
Pawniard
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Larvitar Tier 1
Larvitar
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Vullaby Tier 1
Vullaby in Pokemon GO
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Deino Tier 1
Deino in Pokemon GO
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Pancham Tier 1
Pancham
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Salandit Tier 1
Salandit
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Varoom Tier 1
Varoom
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Adventure Sync Egg Charts

If you have Adventure Sync turned on, Pokemon GO will be able to track your walking distance even when the game is closed. This will help you hatch Eggs, but you can also get special Adventure Sync Eggs as a reward.

5km Adventure Sync Eggs

You can get a 5km Adventure Sync Egg for walking 25km in a week. Here's what can hatch from them:

Pokemon Sprite
Cleffa
Cleffa
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Mantyke
Mantyke
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Riolu
Riolu
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Tirtouga
Tirtouga
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Archen
Archen
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Alomomola
Alomomola
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10km Adventure Sync Eggs

You can get a 10km Adventure Sync Egg for walking 50km in a week. Here's what can hatch from them:

Pokemon Sprite
Bagon
Bagon
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Dratini
Dratini
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Beldum
Beldum
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Deino
Deino
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Goomy
Goomy
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Jangmo-o
Jangmo-o
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Rockruff
Rockruff
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These are all of the Pokemon that have been confirmed by Niantic, although there will likely be more to discover in each Egg type throughout the new season.

Following a recent update to Pokemon GO, you can now check a list of hatchable Pokemon by tapping on an Egg in your collection. This will also display how likely you are to hatch each Pokemon on the list.

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You can obtain 2km Eggs, 5km Eggs, and 10km Eggs by spinning PokeStops or Gym Discs, but 7km Eggs can only be obtained by opening Gifts from friends. Finally, 12km Eggs are awarded for defeating Team GO Rocket Leaders Cliff, Sierra, Arlo, or Giovanni.

How to hatch Eggs in Pokemon GO

You'll need Incubators to hatch Eggs. Every Trainer has access to one Unlimited Incubator that can be used to hatch as many Eggs as you want, but you'll need to wait for an Egg to hatch before placing another one inside of it. This can be quite time-consuming, especially for higher-tier Eggs.

Alongside this free Unlimited Incubator, it's possible to get extra Incubators so you can hatch multiple Eggs at a time. Limited Incubators have three uses, while Super Incubators have three uses but also hatch Eggs much faster. I'd recommend saving the latter for 10km and 12km Eggs.

An Egg Incubator in Pokemon GO
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There are two ways to get Limited Incubators and Super Incubators: by purchasing them from the in-game shop (priced at 150 PokeCoins for a Limited and 200 PokeCoins for a Super), or by completing Special Research or Timed Research tasks that offer them out as rewards. 

Once you've placed an Egg inside an Incubator, it's simply a case of exploring for the distance stated by the Egg type. So if you're hatching a 5km Egg, you'll need to travel 5km in the real world. As long as you've got Adventure Sync turned on, the app will track the distance you've travelled in the background.

In my experience, Pokemon GO isn't entirely accurate when tracking your distance travelled, so you'll occasionally have to travel a little further than you think to reach your goal - or sometimes less!

That's everything you need to know about this season's Egg charts. Visit our Pokemon homepage for more guides like the Spotlight Hour schedule and the current Raid Bosses you can battle.

Daniel is GGRecon’s Deputy Guides Editor. He graduated from university with a degree in Journalism & English Language before covering video games and LGBTQ+ culture at publications including Gay Times and Dexerto. His favourite games include Pokemon, Kingdom Hearts, Resident Evil, and anything Nintendo. You can reach him on [email protected].

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