Fallout 76: Bobbleheads guide

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Every bobblehead type and the perks that come with them.

Our Fallout 76 Bobbleheads guide contains a breakdown of all the types of Bobblehead and what stat boosts they provide.

On your travels out in the wasteland you’ll likely come across adorable little bobbleheads. Not only are they collectible items, but they also provide stat boosts too.

Unlike previous Fallout games, the stat boosts which bobbleheads grant aren’t permanent in Fallout 76. This is understandable, given that players could simply hoard them and gain overpowered stat bonuses over others.

Pick up a bobblehead and it’ll grant you a stat boost for a total of 10 hours. Different bobbleheads correspond to different bonuses. For example, an Agility bobblehead grants bonuses to your Agility stat for a while, and so on.

Below we’ve broken down all the different types of bobblehead you can find out in the wasteland, and the bonuses they each provide to your stats.

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All Bobblehead types

Bobblehead Description
Agility Gain +2 Agility for 10 hours
Big Guns Gain +20% damage with heavy guns for 10 hours
Caps Twice as likely to find better Caps Stashes for 10 hours
Charisma Gain +2 Charisma for 10 hours
Endurance Gain +2 Endurance for 10 hours
Energy Weapons Gain +20% damage with energy guns for 10 hours
Explosives Gain +30% damage with explosives for 10 hours
Intelligence Gain +2 Intelligence for 10 hours
Leader Gain 5% more experience for 10 hours
Lockpicking Gain a +30% wider sweet spot when lockpicking for 10 hours
Luck Gain +2 Luck for 10 hours
Medicine Heal +30% more with Stimpaks for 10 hours
Melee Weapons Gain +20% damage with melee weapons for 10 hours
Perception Gain +2 Perception for 10 hours
Repair Fusion cores last 30% longer for 10 hours
Science Gain one extra guess when hacking terminals for 10 hours
Small Guns Gain +20% damage with ballistic guns for 10 hours
Sneak You are 30% harder to detect for 10 hours
Strength Gain +2 Strength for 10 hours
Unarmed Gain +25% damage with unarmed attacks for 10 hours

It’s worth mentioning that if you acquire a second bobblehead of the same type, the perks don’t stack. Instead, it simply resets the 10 hour timer.

In terms of spawn points, they appear to be fixed, but the types of bobbleheads vary or rotate between servers. We’ll be putting together a bobblehead spawn locations guide very soon, so stay tuned for that!

We’d highly recommend watching this video by Lunar Gaming if you want a quick overview of Fallout 76’s bobblehead system:

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