Fallout 76 marks a new era for Bethesda’s role-playing franchise, evolving from a single-player experience into a full-fledged multiplayer title. Embracing the post-apocalyptic world of previous games with a new shared-world twist, the game looks to be one of the most ambitious entries yet.

As players build up characters in Fallout 76, the game’s new progression system comes into play. While the return of the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. perk system is welcomed by many, all-new perk cards introduce a fresh dynamic angle. Between official presentations and Noclip’s Making of Fallout 76 documentary, we’ve wrapped up the perk cards unveiled so far.

Charisma will help you find the good side, with bonuses for interactions with other players. Those invested in the area will have the ability to share higher point perk cards and reap greater rewards by completing missions with allies. You’ll also have the chance to obtain better prices when you barter. Three Charisma perk cards have been unveiled so far.


  • Level 1: When you are on a team, you and your teammates gain 5% more XP.
  • Level 2: Unknown.
  • Level 3: Unknown.

Lone Wanderer

  • Level 1: When adventuring alone, take 10% less damage and gain 10% AP regen.
  • Level 2: Unknown.
  • Level 3: Unknown.


  • Level 1: Bloodpacks now satisfy thirst, no longer irradiate, and heal 50% more.
  • Level 2: Unknown.
  • Level 3: Unknown.

Intelligence Perk Cards

Intelligence can be a strong trait on the field, with improved terminal hacking abilities and crafting techniques. Increasing these attribute can improve weapon conditions and durability and yield a greater return when scrapping. Three of the game’s Intelligence perk cards have currently surfaced.

First Aid

  • Level 1: Stimpacks restore 10% more lost Health.
  • Level 2: Unknown.
  • Level 3: Unknown.
  • Level 4: Unknown.


  • Level 1: Gain +1 hacking skill.
  • Level 2: Terminal lock-out time is reduced when things go wrong.

Makeshift Warrior

  • Level 1: Your melee weapons are 30% less likely to break and cheaper to repair.
  • Level 2: Unknown.
  • Level 3: Unknown.

Perception Perk Cards

Perception is about awareness and accuracy, ensuring you keep eyes on the target. Investing in perception improves your ability to detect enemies and threats, alongside a buffs to your accuracy with V.A.T.S. Currently we know one of these perk cards.

Concentrated Fire

  • Level 1: Every V.A.T.S. attack on the same body part gains 10% accuracy and damage.
  • Level 2: Every V.A.T.S. attack on the same body part gains 15% accuracy and damage.
  • Level 3: Every V.A.T.S. attack on the same body part gains 20% accuracy and damage.

The official debut of Fallout 76 is set for later this year, with more information on perk cards expected closer to launch. Preorders are now available at all major games retailers for November 14, starting at $59.99.

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