How to Get Charged Eggs & Golden Eggs in Pet Simulator 99

Want to know how to get Charged and Golden Eggs in Pet Simulator 99? Or even what they actually do? Use our guide to find out everything you need to know!
Pet Simulator 99 Rebirth 6 Statue In Front Of Golden Gates
Image: BIG Games Pets

In Pet Simulator 99, Charged Eggs increase your chances of hatching valuable pets, and Golden Eggs only hatch golden pets to further improve your pet collection. This guide will take you through the key steps required to obtain Charged Eggs and Golden Eggs in PS99.

Check out our guide section if you’re looking for other PS99 guides, such as How to Get Secret Pets in Pet Simulator 99Unlock Ultimates, How to Get Shiny Hoverboards, and How to Get Treasure Hideout Keys in Pet Simulator 99

Pet Simulator 99 Charged and Golden Eggs Guide

To access Charged Eggs and Golden Eggs in Pet Simulator 99, players must achieve Rebirth 6. This involves reaching Area 150, the Alien Mothership, in World 2, also known as Tech World, and interacting with the Rebirth 6 statue. Like all the others, this will reset your progress, forcing you to play through the game again to get to Area 150 and beyond, but with extra bonuses.

Pet Simulator 99 Rebirth 6 Rewards
Image: BIG Games Pets

Activating Charged and Golden Eggs

After reaching Rebirth 6, enter the Auto-Hatch settings and toggle “Charged Eggs” to “On.” This setting ensures that any eggs hatched henceforth will be Charged Eggs, providing increased luck for obtaining rare pets. In the same menu, you can toggle on Golden Eggs.

Pet Simulator 99 Auto Hatch Charged Eggs Golden Eggs Settings Window
Image: BIG Games Pets

Hatching Charged Eggs comes with a cost. It is 20 times more expensive than regular hatching, requiring a larger number of coins. Golden Eggs come at an even greater cost, as each one is 50 times more expensive than normal.

Auto-Farm Game Pass

Given the increased cost of hatching Charged Eggs and Golden Eggs, players may find investing in the Auto-Farm Game Pass advantageous. This pass allows pets to autonomously farm coins in the game’s final zone, especially when combined with a Magnet Flag to maximize coin collection.

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

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