Pokémon GO know all the Pokémon that hatch in 2, 5, 7 and 10 km eggs in August

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A few days ago, it was possible to know some of the news that Niantic launched in Pokémon GO for the month of August. However, these are not the only changes that have occurred in the famous mobile video game. There is a new list of Pokémon that trainers around the world can collect by hatching eggs this month.

As is known, in Pokémon GO some creatures can only be obtained by incubating eggs given their high rarity. Players have to walk to hatch these eggs that exist in four different models: 2, 5, 7 and 10 km.

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Niantic has developed a new list of the Pokémon that will appear when hatching eggs during August 2020. In addition, there are also chances that these creatures appear in their Shiny or Shiny version. Next, we show you the complete list:

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2 km eggs

-Magikarp (shiny)

-Wailmer (shiny)

-Swablu (shiny)

-Luvdisc (shiny)

-Turtwig (shiny)

-Chimchar (shiny)

-Piplup (shiny)




-Patrat (shiny)

-Lilipup (shiny)




-Dwebble (shiny)

5 km eggs

-Ponyta (shiny)

-Farfetch’d (shiny)

-Grimer (shiny)

-Cubone (shiny)

-Kangaskhan (shiny)

-Scyther (shiny)

-Tauros (shiny)

-Eevee (shiny)



-Skarmory (shiny)




-Zangoose (shiny)

-Seviper (shiny)

-Lunatone (shiny)

-Solrock (shiny)


-Clamperl (shiny)


-Burmy plant (shiny)

-Burmy arena (shiny)

-Burmy trash (shiny)




-Mime Jr. (shiny)


-Skorupi (shiny)









-Minccino (shiny)









-Pineco (shiny)


-Yanma (shiny)

-Gligar (shiny)

7 km eggs

-Dratini (shiny)

-Horsea (shiny)

-Trapinch (shiny)

-Bagon (shiny)

-Swablu (shiny)

-Gible (shiny)

-Deino (shiny)

Eggs 10 km

-Feebas (shiny)

-Absol (shiny)

-Shinx (shiny)

-Gible (shiny)

-Timburr (shiny)





-Klink (shiny)




-Deino (shiny)




-Riolu (shiny)

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Eggs by Adventure Synchro
You can also take advantage of the Adventure Sync functionality to be able to hatch eggs even with the game closed or in the background. Thanks to this you will also get eggs as weekly rewards depending on how much you have walked.

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5 km eggs, per 25 km per week, in August



-Bronzor (shiny)

-Snover (shiny)


-Croagunk (shiny)

Eggs of 10 km, per 50 km per week, in August

-Shinx (shiny)

-Bagon (shiny)

-Dratini (shiny)

-Larvitar (shiny)

-Riolu (shiny)

-Beldum (shiny)

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How to make invitations to a remote raid?
By having the level allowed to invite your contacts, you will see the (+) button when entering the lobby of the remote incursion, either in private or public rooms. Once you have pressed this icon, a window will open with all your contacts and only five of them will be able to accompany you in this battle, no matter where you live.

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You can play in Peru and invite your friend from the United States to a remote foray, but how do you know they want to play with you? If you are connected to Pokémon GO , a message will appear on the entire screen, with a pink background, mentioning that someone sent you the request to participate in a raid and if you are not connected, the same app will notify you. Be careful, this expires once the battle has started.

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Pokémon GO: soon your pokémons will look more real and can hide behind objects
Niantic, over the years, has made efforts to improve its augmented reality technology, a feature that is built into Pokémon GO . For this reason, the company has just announced that soon some trainers will be able to enjoy a novelty that will allow the Pokémon to look more real.

This is the new “Reality Blending” technology, which will take advantage of modern mobile device hardware to achieve occlusion. With this, your Pokémon can hide behind objects as if they were real creatures. For example, Pikachu may be behind a tree, but revealing part of its distinctive tail.

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