If you have been following and playing Pokémon Go, then you might be aware of the buzz that is happening around the next generation of Pokémon. Niantic was suppose to make anannouncement yesterday and well they have finally spilled the beans. Starting today, Pokémon Go will get the new second generation Pokémon.
But there is a catch. Niantic has only added baby Pokémon, something which made debut in the next generation. Also the only way to catch them is by hatching them, so you need to collect eggs and move around to actually get one. The official announcement only mentions Pichu and Togepi but reports of the new baby Pokémon hatching in eggs are already pouring in. So what all new Pokémon are we going to see? Here is the list:
Magby which evolves into Magmar
Elekid which evolves into Electabuzz
Cleffa which evolves into Clefairy
Igglypuff which evolves into Jigglypuff
Pichu which evolves into Pikachu
Smoochum which evolves into Jynx
For some reason, Tyrogue which evolves into Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan and the new second-gen Pokémon Hitmontop, has not been added. Probably Niantic has some plans for it. A reliable source also has confirmed that the new baby Pokémon will hatch from the same type as their evolved form. So basically Igglybuff and Cleffa will hatch from 2km eggs since Jigglypuff and Clefairy hatch from 2km eggs. Similarly, Pichu and Togepi will hatch from 5km eggs, while Magby, Elekid and Smoochum will hatch from 10km eggs.