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When is The Japan Egg Leaving in Adopt Me? Explained

When is The Japan Egg Leaving in Adopt Me? Explained
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One of the most exciting systems you can find in Roblox Adopt Me! is the egg system. Eggs are among the best options for getting pets in the game: the better the egg you choose, the higher your chances of obtaining a valuable pet you have. But some of them are only available for a limited time. With this guide, you can learn when The Japan Egg is leaving Adopt Me.

What is The Japan Egg in Adopt Me!

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Before learning when The Japan Egg can leave the game, it would be best to find out more about it. The Japan Egg is one of the newest Eggs in Adopt Me!, added to the game on Sept. 8, and it has gained significant popularity among players since then. It is a legendary egg that can be purchased from the Gumball Machine for 750 bucks, making it one of the game’s most expensive eggs.

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But looking at the game’s history, you find that The Japan Egg was released as a replacement for The Woodland Egg, which was only a temporary legendary egg. Therefore, most people consider that the egg was only temporarily available in the game. Keep reading to learn more about it.

When The Japan Egg leaves Adopt Me!

Once you know when The Japan Egg was released, it is time to estimate when developers may remove it from the game. The Woodland Egg was in the game for 6 months, so there is a high chance that The Japan Egg also remains in the game for only 6 months and is removed in the next few weeks. But as there is no official confirmation, it is still only a rumor; take it with a grain of salt.

That’s it with The Japan Egg in Adopt Me! As you can see, there is a high chance that this egg leaves the game in the next few months, so hurry up to get all the best pets.

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