Living quarters (Fallout Shelter)

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FalloutShelterAppleStoreLogoThe following is based on Fallout Shelter and some details might contradict canon.

The living quarters is a room that can be built in Fallout Shelter.


The living quarters allows for a population limit increase in a vault and vault dwellers to create a baby so it's one of the facilities available at the start of the game.

Two dwellers of different sexes will talk and (if they are not family members) eventually dance, followed by rushing to the bedroom to make the female dweller pregnant and how long it takes for them to rush to the bedroom depends on the Charisma stat of the dwellers. You must be actively playing for the last step to occur. Pregnancies last for three hours, and it takes three additional hours for the child to become an adult.

During an incident, pregnant dwellers, children and pets will hide in living quarters until the threat is cleared.

Cost Edit

Single Room Double Room Triple Room
Base Capacity 8 18 28
Base Power per minute 0.518 1.088 1.709
Residence Upgrade Cost 250 375 500
Residence Capacity 10 22 34
Residence Power per minute 0.622 1.305 2.051
Barracks Upgrade Cost 750 1125 1500
Barracks Capacity 12 26 40
Barracks Power per minute 1.140 2.393 3.760


Female dwellers can glitch into a permanent pregnant state; suspected to be caused by removing the room they conceived in before giving birth.[verified] - Fixed in version 1.0.3 for iOS.

  • Version 1.4 for Android OS (on an ASUS Zenfone 5): Newly impregnated dwellers may emerge from the bedroom impossible to pick up. This may be fixed by closing and re-opening the app. Likewise, if an incident causes them to flee, once the incident is over and they return they will once again be able to be picked up.
  • In version 1.6.1 for PC, player was able to mouse-over silhouettes of dwellers "mating" in the Living Quarters behind the wall. It has been disabled in the recent updates.


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