'Pokémon Go' Egg Changes: Adventure Sync Pool Adds Sinnoh Pokémon

In Pokémon Go there are two Egg Pools. The first are the ones you receive from friends via gifts (7km) and through spinning PokéStops (2km, 5km, 10km). The other is from the Adventure Sync feature, and it seems the pool for Adventure Sync Eggs has changed.

According to reports from The Silph Road, some rarer Sinnoh Pokémon have begun hatching from these batches of Eggs and the changes to pool have been documented. Here is what they found:

25km Eggs

  • Croagunk
  • Buizel
  • Combee
  • Bronzor
  • Finneon
  • Snover

50km Eggs

  • Beldum
  • Bagon
  • Larvitar
  • Riolu
  • Shinx
  • Dratini
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Those who collect and hatch the Adventure Sync Eggs regularly will notice that Kanto and Sinnoh starters have been removed from the 25km pool. Instead, rarer Sinnoh Pokémon like Combee and Bronzor have been added.

In the 50km Egg pool, the first form of Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon like Dratini, Larvitar and Beldum were added while Buneary, Ralts and Trapinch were replaced. Buneary was the only non-10km Egg in this pool but now that it's been replaced these Eggs are more desirable.

Adventure Sync in Pokémon Go allows for trainers to have their mobile device track their steps while the game is running in the background. The app uses your device's built-in fitness tracker to measure the steps you take.

Depending on how far you walk in a given week, Pokémon Go will give out various rewards including these special Eggs. Like receiving Eggs from friends or through PokéStops, a trainer must have space in their bag to obtain one. Trainers will receive one Egg for hitting 25km walked in a week and one for 50km walked, and can get both at once if there is at least two spaces available.

Pokémon Go usually resets and gives out the Adventure Sync rewards on Monday so be sure to have a space or two open in your Egg pouch.

HOW TO ACTIVATE ADVENTURE SYNC IN POKEMON GO

If you haven't activated Adventure Sync in Pokémon Go yet it's rather easy. Trainers simply need to enable location permissions and connect to either Apple Health or Google Fit depending on your mobile device. Here's a how to activate Adventure Sync.

  • Tap the Main Menu button in Pokémon Go .
  • Tap the Settings button.
  • Tap on Adventure Sync. You'll also be prompted to grant permissions for Pokémon Go to access your Apple Health or Google Fit data.

To disable Adventure Sync, just revisit the settings page and uncheck Adventure Sync.

What do you think of the change in Adventure Sync Eggs? Who do you hope to hatch in the future? Let us know in the comments section below.

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