It should not come as a surprise that Gotham Knights opened to mix reception. However, after the dust settled, a lot of people found themselves playing the game and being addicted to it.
This only goes to show that the game is a lot of fun if you know what you are looking for and what you are aiming to get settled.
Now, the thing that you must know about the game is that it is not at all an Arkham game. Sure, it does share some DNA, but under the hood, it is almost an entirely different game, and all for the better.
That is why, in this post, we are going to start looking at how to interrogate enemies in Gotham Knights. The interrogation aspect is not at all new and has been a part of previous Arkham games, too.
However, considering how this is a standalone game with little to no connection to the previous Arkham games, a lot of people might find themselves in confusion, and we are going to help you settle just that.
The purpose of interrogation is simple, to be honest. It is a great way to extract vital information from the enemies and getting all the intel that you might need to complete a mission.
How To Interrogate Enemies In Gotham Knights
Now, the best thing about interrogation in Gotham Knights is that it is not at all complicated and rather easy when you are playing Gotham Knights.
However, the reason why we have a guide in place for this is because it can easily be missed by most people and that would mar the experience just a little bit and that is not at all what we want, in the first place.
You can look at the steps below to understand how to interrogate enemies in Gotham Knights. It is also worth noting that not all enemies are going to have any significant intel for you.
So, how do you identify?
It is relatively simple, enemies that can be interrogated will always have a “?” symbol on their head when you scan them. This makes it infinitely easier for you to determine the enemies that you should be going for and the ones you should be ignoring.
Let’s look at the steps below.
- Track the targets down, and be sure that you know where they are positioned.
- Make sure that you are being stealthy so you can actually close in rather than spooking the enemies.
- Hold down the AR button that will let you scan for threats. It is the left D-pad on Xbox Series X|S, and the X button on PlayStation 5 or PC, for that matter.
- You will have to pan the camera and focus on targets to scan them until you find the suspect you are looking for.
- Sneak around the location, and I cannot stress this enough, you don’t want to get spotted.
- Get rid of those that cannot be interrogated.
- Corner is the one that needs to be encountered and beat them down. Don’t knock them out, however. When you see they have reached the red zone, that is the time to stop.
- Now, just grab the enemy using the RT on Xbox Series X|S and R2 on PlayStation 5, and Tab on PC and lock them in place.
- Now, you have to go ahead and press the button for interrogation. This is normally Y on Xbox Series X|S, triangle on PS5, and Q on PC.
There you have it; they’ll start speaking once you are done with it and you will get access to all the intel that you want. Remember, sometimes, you will have to interrogate more than one enemy spread across various locations to get the right answer.
What Are The Best Characters For Easy Interrogations
One would assume that the best characters for easy interrogations would be Night Wing or Red Hood; however, that is not the case.
Robin and Bat Girl are the best, all thanks to how they are more focused on being stealthy, and more importantly, their stealth allows them to scan the areas a lot faster, making them a viable option for anyone who is looking for the best option.
Needless to say, the game does allow you a certain freedom that you can use to play the game your way and without any issues.
If you have been spending some time playing Gotham Knights and you want to be 100% certain that you are doing things the right way and without any complication, then this post is for you as we have mentioned everything that you need to be certain that you are not doing anything wrong.
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