Pokemon Masters EX Egg Guide: How to Get and Hatch Eggs

Eggs in Pokémon Masters EX are one of the game’s mechanics that allows you to add more Pokémon into your collection. You can even get some unique Pokémon that have different roles and passive skills than others from their species. But getting an egg and hatching it may be not an easy task. This guide will tell you about eggs in Pokémon Masters EX, and how to get and hatch them.

How to Get Eggs in Pokemon Masters EX

Obtaining eggs in Pokémon Masters EX is not that difficult, as you can get them after winning battles. The chance of getting an egg is random, and it depends on the fight’s difficulty. The harder the fight, the bigger chance of getting an egg, so the only thing you need is to win.

In the beginning, you will be able to hold up to 4 eggs in your Egg Box. Use eggs as fast as you can since your box will fill up very quickly.

How to Hatch Eggs in Pokemon Masters EX

To use eggs and free the space in your Egg Box, you will need to hatch them. All you need to do is simply put the egg into the Incubator. You have one at the beginning and can purchase the second with Paid Gems. These two Incubators will be permanent, but you can rent the third one for a limited time.

Once you put an egg into Incubator, you will need to wait somewhere between 6 to 12 hours and fight 3 battles. These are requirements for an egg to be completely hatched. Then, you will be able to choose to make them into a Sync Pair or not. By doing this, you will be able to add the hatched Pokémon to your team. If you don’t want this, you can use it to get some Egg Tickets.

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