Eggstravaganza is making a return in Pokémon Go next week.
Pokémon Go’s Eggstravaganza is an event that lasts for a week. In the event, baby Pokémon like Pichu, Smoochum, and Magby will be available in 2km eggs. Egg-focused Field Researches will also be more accessible to complete during the week.
There’s also the possibility that you may find different Pokémon being hatched in eggs, Pokémon that players don’t generally see being hatched in eggs. Every egg hatched will also give players bonus Candy. Incubator effectiveness will also double during this week.
The Generation 4 Pokémon, Buneary, will also become more common to find during the week. There will also be a chance of shiny Buneary showing up during the event.
The focus of the eggs and Buneary, the bunny Pokémon, is Pokémon Go’s way of celebrating Easter. What better way to celebrate the Easter holiday than going out, hatching Pokémon eggs, and catching cute little bunny Pokémon?
This year’s Pokémon Go’s Eggstravaganza event will begin on April 16, at 1:00 P.M. Pacific Time. The event will then end on April 23, at 1:00 P.M. PDT, the Tuesday after Easter.