January 14, 2016

Get all the Bobbleheads in Fallout 4!

I know many of you have found plenty of Bobbleheads in Fallout 4 on your own, but to find all 20 of them can be a bit frustrating. The idea of the bobbleheads being a piece of exclusive Vault-Tec merchandise is supported by a computer terminal found within Vault-Tec HQ, in Fallout 3. The computer provides a list of 'orderable' merchandise such as clothing and Lunchboxes, but when a bobblehead is requested the terminal reports that they are only available to executive staff.

As in Fallout 3, in Fallout 4, each bobblehead increases a corresponding S.P.E.C.I.A.L. stat permanently by one. Bobbleheads that previously increased a skill, now grant a permanent unique perk. Taking a bobblehead while your stat is at 10 allows that stat to increase to 11.

Fallout 4 Bobbleheads Map and Video

There are three options for how to get all 20 of bobbleheads in Fallout 4; search them on your own (good luck with that!), with a little help, or via console commands. If you're reading this, that means that you're missing at least one of the bobbleheads, so there goes the help below;

Above, you can see a Fallout 4 map with all the bobblehead locations, courtesy of Fallout Wiki. Below, you can watch the video that will show you all the bobblehead locations, courtesy of Curse Entertainment Channel on YouTube.

Get All Bobbleheads via Console Commands

That's the third option you can use, and it's the fastest one for sure. You either type all of this in your console;
  • player.additem 178b51
  • player.additem 178b52
  • player.additem 178b53
  • player.additem 178b54
  • player.additem 178b55
  • player.additem 178b56
  • player.additem 178b57
  • player.additem 178b58
  • player.additem 178b59
  • player.additem 178b5a
  • player.additem 178b5b
  • player.additem 178b5c
  • player.additem 178b5d
  • player.additem 178b5e
  • player.additem 178b5f
  • player.additem 178b60
  • player.additem 178b61
  • player.additem 178b62
  • player.additem 178b63
  • player.additem 178b64
or, put all of that in a *.txt file and end with a semicolon (;), which you save in your Fallout 4 game folder (usually Steam\Steamapps\Common\Fallout 4). Then run the script while in-game; open the console and type bat "filename" without the file-type extension.

So, have you find all the bobbleheads in Fallout 4? Did you use any help with that? Let us know below, in comments!

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