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Pokémon Go’s Easter event is an unexpectedly bad example of its loot box-style incubators

Pokémon Go’s latest event has come under fire from fans trying to collect a rare, costumed creature – Flower Happiny – which has only a tiny chance of hatching from one of the game’s loot box-style eggs.

This creature was advertised as one of several new additions to Pokémon Go in its Spring into Spring 2021 event, and was listed as being available only from eggs with 10 other species.

But the reality is a huge number of creatures are available in the game’s event egg pool – and Flower Happiny has a very low chance of actually appearing.

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Pokémon Go’s latest event has come under fire from fans trying to collect a rare, costumed creature – Flower Happiny – which has only a tiny chance of hatching from one of the game’s loot box-style eggs.

This creature was advertised as one of several new additions to Pokémon Go in its Spring into Spring 2021 event, and was listed as being available only from eggs with 10 other species.

But the reality is a huge number of creatures are available in the game’s event egg pool – and Flower Happiny has a very low chance of actually appearing.

Read more

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