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Pokemon GO Tips: Guide to Hatch the Gen 2 Baby Pokemon in Pokemon GO

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Pokemon GO fans have to be very happy with the recent announcement that several new Pokemon were added to the game. The only thing though is that Niantic Labs announced that these new Pokemon could only be hatched and not caught. While this may seem like a very tough task to do, there are several Pokemon GO tips that you can try to help give you an edge in finding these Pokemon.

Niantic Labs recently revealed that starting December 12th, new Pokemon have been added to Pokemon GO. While this is not the Gen 2 Pokemon update that many were hoping for, it is surely a step in the right direction. It was earlier rumored that 100 Gen 2 Pokemon have already been added to the Pokemon GO code. This could be a sign that it is only a matter of time before more Pokemon are added.

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Seven New Baby Pokemon

The seven new Pokemon trainers can hatch are Elekid, Magby, Cleffa, Igglypuff, Pichu, Tyrogue and Smoochum. Here are some of the best tips that you should remember to help find them.

  • Get as Many Pokemon Eggs as You Can ? The new Pokemon introduced in the game can only be hatched so one thing that you must do is to try and find as many Pokemon eggs as you can. The more eggs you find the better your chances are to hatch the seven new Pokemon.

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  • Buy More Incubators ? If you have some in-game money to spend, try spending them on more Egg Incubators. This will allow you to hatch more eggs at the same time and thus increasing your chances of hatching the Gen 2 Pokemon.
  • Find the Right Eggs ? According to Forbes, if you want to hatch Cleffa and Igglypuff you should try to hatch a 2km egg. For Pichu and Togepi, you should hatch 5km eggs. For the rest, you will probably need a 10km egg in order to get them.

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Have You Caught Them Already?

So, are you excited to get your hands on the seven new baby Pokemon? Be sure to check back here soon to find out more tips and tricks to help you get an edge in Pokemon GO.

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