‘Pokemon Go’ Latest News & Updates: Egg Hatching Replaced By Baby Monsters? More Details Here!

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 15, 2016 07:32 PM EST

More updates are expected in the following week for “Pokemon Go” leading to Christmas, something that may include big hauls and generous spawns. While most have seen that last Halloween, another big change could be coming in the area of egg-hatching to get more pocket monsters.

As mentioned in a previous post, the last key changes to the egg-hatching on “Pokemon Go” included the color-coded scheme and the iteration on which critters could be hatched. While the changes are welcome, all that could be nixed if Niantic moves on to baby Pokemon next month.

If so, this means that “Pokemon Go” players will no longer have to burden themselves with those KM eggs and instead keep an eye out on certain baby Pokemon. That could include the likes of a baby version of Pikachu and Clefairy among others, per reports.

Such is seen as a big change for “Pokemon Go” though many may likely welcome it after a few weeks of getting used to. Not only does it take out the hassles of walking profusely, it also ramps up the potential catches a player can get daily.

It will be interesting how these baby Pokemon can be grown and for how long. Will it be through walking or via the actual time players play “Pokemon Go”? Apparently, everything right is scratching the surface for now so details will likely follow in the coming weeks if Niantic confirms this big change for the augmented reality game.

To date, there have been notable changes in "Pokemon Go". Spawns have increased though most are common ones that hardly affect a player’s PokeDex and the daily quests that return handsome rewards.

In-game events are expected as a follow-up to Halloween with Christmas seen as the most lucrative haul for “Pokemon Go” players. November is winding down so expect more updates from Niantic, particularly Thanksgiving where something special could happen to hooked “Pokemon Go” players.

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