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Gotham Knights | How to Interrogate

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It goes without saying that Batman was a fantastic and truly terrifying interrogator. But now that he’s gone, it’s up to the Gotham Knights to stop crime and keep the streets of Gotham safe. And, as much as that involves kicking bad guy butt, it also comes with a fair amount of investigation. That means you’ll occasionally have to interrogate a suspect. If you’ve never done that before, no pressure, we’ll tell you how to interrogate someone in this guide. So read on to find out how!

How to Interrogate in Gotham Knights

How to Interrogate in Gotham Knights

Because interrogations are cutscenes in Gotham Knights, it’s not the interrogating that’s the hard part, but rather, finding the right suspect, and getting them alone for interrogation. Nonetheless, these are the steps you need to take in order to interrogate someone.

The first step is to locate the relevant bad guys to interrogate in accordance with the mission at hand. If you’re looking for The Mob or Regulators, go to the district where they hang out. Once you’ve located the criminals you’re looking for, use your AR Scan to scan them. Scan each enemy carefully; those who can be interrogated will have a “?” over their heads. Now that you have a target to interrogate, he’s the person you’ll want to take down last.

So get rid of all of his criminal associates, preferably with silent takedowns to avoid alerting more enemies. When it’s just you and the criminal in question left, you’ll want to knock their health down until it’s red. Once their health is low enough, you can grab them, and an interrogation prompt will appear on the right-hand side of the screen, along with throw and strike options. Obviously choose to interrogate, and you’ll be taken to a cutscene where the informant gives you the information you need for the mission.

That’s all there is to interrogating in Gotham Knights. if you want more help with Gotham Knights, check out our other guides below:

Written by Andrew Smith