Gotham Knights features a cool range of superhero costumes to wear while you’re out fighting crime and busting villains. Fans are able to swap out different looks that directly come from the comic books. Some are taken straight from the vibrant pages, while others come with a more original design. The only way to check them out is to unlock new suits. Here’s what you need to earn new outfits for your heroes.
How to Unlock New Suits in Gotham Knights
Unlocking new suits is as simple as progressing through the main story, completing certain activities, and crafting. As you close up the Case Files and proceed with the game’s narrative, you’ll naturally obtain new and upgraded suits to match your characters’ levels. Chiefly speaking, you’ll want to make it your mission to take down the bosses, which can guarantee a unique suit.
List of Bat Suits
The basic range of suits that you can get in Gotham Knights provides a nice aesthetic for every Bat Family member. For quick reference here are the suits that you can unlock (these are under the Styles section in the Gear tab from the Batcomputer):
- New Guard
- Year One
- Neon Noir
- Knight Ops
It’s important to keep in mind that not every suit is unlocked by simply playing through the game. The Talon suit requires you to find Talon Caches across the city, and Knighthood is only available after completing the main story. So, if you’re aiming to get all available suits, you’re going to spend a good amount of time grinding through the streets of Gotham.
Alternatively, if you’re in dire need of something more advanced, administer some crafting sessions at the Belfry. As you continuously complete missions while defeating enemies, you’ll gather plenty of salvaged resources that can be used to build different types of gear. These can be used with Blueprints, which are found throughout Gotham inside secret chests and by random drops from enemies.
Acquiring new suits will also come with the additional satisfaction of applying fresh Transmogs and colorways. You can check to see which Case Files and Challenges will offer the latest styles by going to their tabs in the Batcomputer. Look toward the reward icons to see what you can walk out with.
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C. Anthony Rivera is a freelance writer from Chicago, IL. He graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Writing and has been published on several gaming websites with reviews, news articles, and guides. He is currently working on a novel.