'Pokémon Go' Eggstravaganza 2018 Event Changes What Hatches From Eggs

The Eggstravaganza event in Pokémon Go is back and trainers will be surprised to see more variety in what hatches from Eggs in the popular mobile game.

According to the official Pokémon Go blog, starting March 22 at 4 p.m. EDT trainers will see a greater variety of Pokémon hatching from 2km Eggs. Pokémon that normally hatch from 5 and 10km Eggs will now be found in 2km Eggs until April 2 at 4 p.m. EDT. The official blog names Wynaut and Ralts as examples of Pokémon shifted to 2km Eggs, but also mentions that Pichu and Togepi will have an increased hatch rate.

Besides Ralts, some notable Pokémon likely to be swapped from 10km to 2km Eggs include Beldum, Bagon, Trapinch, Chansey, Mareep, Larvitar and Dratini.

These special Eggs will only be distributed at PokeStops. We suggest Pokémon Go trainers make room in their inventory, since any Eggs received prior to the Eggstravaganza event will not reflect these more favorable conditions.

Trainers looking to fill their Pokedexes will want to get outside and hatch as many Eggs as possible during the Pokémon Go Eggstravaganza event. Bonus Candy will also be distributed with every hatched Pokémon, making it easier to power up or evolve Pokémon more quickly. This event will also reward trainers with double Stardust.

If you're a frequent customer of the Pokémon Go in-game shop, this new event will have special boxes that include Super Incubators and Star Pieces.

What do you think of the upcoming Pokémon Go event? Who do you hope to hatch this week? Let us know in the comments section below.