Pokémon Go today rolled out at least seven new baby Pokemon, which spawn from eggs. All day, players have been dutifully hatching the new little guys from two, five and ten-kilometer eggs.
It’s tiers below players’ hopes for an entire second generation, but hey, at this point, they take what they can get.
Here’s how to catch Magby, Elekid, Smoochum, Pichu, Togepi, Igglybuff and Cleffa:
Where To Get Eggs
Head to a PokéStop. There, you’ll pick up the occasional egg, along with Pokéballs and potions.
How To Get Incubators
You’ll start off the game with just one incubator. Fortunately, you can get infinite uses out of that one. Unfortunately, to better the chances that you’ll hatch a new baby Pokémon, you’ll have to pick up a few more so you can have a several eggs incubating at the same time. Head to Pokémon Go’s shop and buy one, or two, or many if that’s your thing.
Which Eggs Hatch Which New Pokémon
You will need new eggs to hatch new Pokémon. Players today have found that the seven new baby Pokémon don’t hatch at the same rate. Here are the rates players are currently reporting:
- Igglybuff and Cleffa hatch from 2k eggs
- Pichu and Togepi hatch from 5k eggs
- Magby, Elekid and Smoochum hatch from 10k eggs