Update
June 24, 2020 at 11:00 p.m. (PT)
Egg
Update!

The Egg feature has been updated!

Note: Changes will be reflected after updating to Ver. 1.11.0 or higher.
The exact time the update becomes available may differ for each player.
Note: Please try again later if the update is not available.

Obtaining Eggs

You may receive Eggs from Professor Bellis when you complete areas in the main story or training area that feature battles.
The Pokémon that you hatch from Eggs may have different roles and passive skills than other Pokémon of the same species.

Pokémon Hatchable from Eggs

  • Tauros*
  • Meowth (♀ only)
  • Bellsprout (♀ only)
  • Nidoran♀
  • Zubat (♂ only)
  • Rattata (♂ only)

Note: Both genders of Pokémon that are currently labeled as (♂ only) or (♀ only) are scheduled to appear in the future.
Note: Pokémon listed with an * may hatch as Shiny Pokémon.
Depending on the time period, you may not receive Eggs after completing areas in the main story or training area.
There may be additions or changes to the Eggs you can receive for completing areas in the main story or training area.
Any Pokémon that hatch from the Eggs that you receive starting today will not be displayed in the Dex. We are planning to add a Dex for Egg Pokémon in a future update.

There are also plans for events where Professor Bellis will give you Eggs of certain types. Keep an eye out for future updates!

Bellis’s Lab

You can hatch Eggs and form sync pairs with the Pokémon you hatch at the Bellis’s Lab.

Egg Box

Eggs you have received from Professor Bellis are placed in your Egg Box.
Note: If your Egg Box is full, you will not be able to receive any more Eggs after completing battles.

Incubators

Eggs that you have selected from your Egg Box and placed into incubators will hatch when certain conditions have been met.
A set number of battles must be completed and a set amount of time must elapse in order to hatch an Egg.

Day Care

Pokémon hatched from Eggs are sent to the day care. You can select Pokémon in the day care to be your partner Pokémon.
Note: If you select a Pokémon that you’ve already formed a sync pair with, your partner Pokémon will return to the day care.

Egg Research Ticket

In the Bellis’s Lab, you can receive the Egg Research Ticket in exchange for donating Pokémon you hatched from Eggs.
The Egg Research Ticket can be used in exchanges for various items using the Exchange Items menu.

Note: Pokémon you have donated cannot be returned to the day care.
We are planning to add a feature that will return some of the items you used to train a Pokémon you formed a sync pair with, if you choose to donate it to Professor Bellis.

We hope you continue to enjoy Pokémon Masters.

  • Pokémon Masters
  • Genre: Strategy and battling game
  • Compatible OS: iOS/Android
  • Price: Free-to-start (purchasable in-game items)