Resident Evil 7 Biohazard Mr. Everywhere Locations - Mr. Nowhere Achievement

Mr. Everywhere is a collectible in Resident Evil 7: Biohazard. It’s a bobblehead, a tiny figure with its head on a spring which bounces around when tilted. There are twenty of them in the game, and you have to destroy them, not gather them. You can either shoot or hit them with a melee weapon. Once you’ve destroyed them all, you’ll be rewarded. When the task is finished, you’ll be awarded with the Mr. Nowhere achievement. In this guide, we’re going to show you all Resident Evil 7 Mr. Everywhere locations.

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Mr. Everywhere Locations in RE7
Note: This guide is a work in progress. We’re going to update it with new info as we discover it.

Resident Evil 7 Bobblehead Locations

UPDATE: The first statue can be found on the first floor of the main house, in the south. It’s in the hallway next to the door with the brass ox locking mechanism, on the pile of furniture. The second one is in the laundry room (on the first floor) where you end up after escaping Jack and going through the crawlspace. It’s on the shelf under the tape recorder.

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Right after you enter the main hall, you’ll find the third one. It’s behind the door with the brass locking mechanism, on a small table. The fourth one is on the second floor, in the recreation room. It’s in the pile of stuff behind the pool table, in a bowl.

ORIGINAL TEXT: There’s not too many of them, so you’ll have to look closely in order to find them. They’re scattered around the Baker property, usually sitting on shelves, dressers and such. Try to destroy them without wasting bullets – you never know how much ammo you’ll need and when a few bullets will mean the difference between a restart and a success.

The figures represent a football player in a purple jersey, and each one sports a different pose – one is holding a ball, another has his hands down by his sides. They may have a deeper meaning to the lore, but there’s no way to tell at this point. Maybe they were souvenirs Lucas Baker collected when he was a child? Destroying them definitely makes no sense – collecting them and trading for something later would’ve fit the theme, but simply demolishing them and gaining a benefit from it is a bit of a stretch. Then again, it’s pretty much the same as it was with the emblems in earlier games.

If you’re having trouble finding them, watch this space. We’re going to be adding locations as we progress through the game.

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