Each character in Gotham Knights can switch between 4 different suits, including the default one. The suits are further divided into two types: some have customizable gear and stats, while others are just skins with no utility whatsoever other than the fact that they look fantastic. So without further ado, let’s discuss all of the suits you can unlock for each character in Gotham Knight.
- There are a total of 56 different skins in Gotham Knights, equally divided among the four main characters.
- Some skins have separate gears you can customize, while others aren’t customizable.
- Most of the skins can be unlocked via random drops from enemies, while others require challenges to be completed to collectible to be found.
New Guard Suit
These are the starting outfits for each character, which are loosely based on their comic books’ counterparts, with some slight variations here and there, like Robin having a slightly longer cape.
KnightWatch suits are designed by Jim Lee, the current CCO of DC Comics. Among all the skins in Gotham Knights, KnightWatch attire is the most comic-accurate and gives the characters a look that resembles their comic counterparts.
Unfortunately, the skins themselves have been locked behind Deluxe and Collector’s editions, and there is no other way to claim them.
These suit styles are inspired by the Batman Beyond animated series, which gives all of these characters a very futuristic look, hence fitting with the theme of the animated show. Similar to KnightWatch, these skins are also locked behind a pay wall, although you have a choice of getting them with either the Deluxe edition or buying separately via Visionary Pack.
Fortunately, you can find Beyond gear items scattered all over the game, allowing you to give the Beyond suit look to your character, although the gear won’t have the same stats and can’t be used as Transmog.
In the intro, we mentioned there are times when you will have to grind a suit style separately for each character, and Titan is one of those cases. Titan skin can be unlocked by completing Knighthood challenges.
And since each character in Gotham Knights has separate Knighthood challenges, you will need to do all Knighthood challenges in the game if you want to unlock the Titan skin for each character.
Titan skins mostly have this overall blackish tone (except for Robin), and the overall look of these skins makes the Gotham Knights look very similar to Batman’s attire, especially Batgirl’s.
Another suit style that is loosely based on the comic counterparts of Gotham Knights’ main cast. Eternal suit style can be simply unlocked by crafting after acquiring necessary blueprints. And as far as the Blueprints are concerned, they are random drops from enemies you encounter during either crime scene investigation or the main story.
After you have the blueprint, there is no other choice than to grind for the necessary materials in the open world. Additionally, you can look for specific materials by observing the insignia beneath the map markers.
Neon Noir Suit
Neon Noir suit style is designed around mobility, with each character having minimal armor and more leather on their suits. The unlocking process for Neon Noir is the same as Eternal, simply look for blueprints, grind for the necessary items and then unlock this suit style.
As evident from the name, this suit style gives each character full shiny metal armor and a mask that covers their entire face, aimed at protecting them from bullets. Metal suit style is also a random drop from crime investigation scenes and the main story.
Another suit is built almost entirely of leather with a mix of brown & black colors for Batgirl and Nightwing and black & red colors for Robin and Redhood. Again, the process for unlocking the Privateer is the same as Metal, Neon Noir, and Eternal.
Year One Suit
This is basically an informal and basic look for the characters, made out of normal clothes. Obviously, these suits are inspired by the Year One version of these characters, so the experience they had during that time period is visible in their informal attires.
Year One suits can be unlocked by collecting all 60 batrangs, found all over Gotham. This suit style has its own gear pieces as well, so you can customize the overall look of this suit too.
Knight Ops Suit
This suit style gives the main cast a very tactical overlook, that looks suited for infiltration missions. The overall look of Knight Ops costumes is much darker with a color palette consisting of black and brown for Robin, Nightwing, and Batgirl.
This suit style can be unlocked by finding all secret caches, hidden by Bruce. The markers of Secret Caches don’t appear altogether, but are instead revealed with story and game progression.
Talons suit is quite unique in its look, giving these characters an owl-like look while using materials like feathers and talons on different parts of the body. Talon’s suit style can be unlocked by finding special chests hidden all over Gotham. These chests aren’t visible, and you will have to find them yourself.
If you don’t want to go through the trouble of finding these special chests, below we have shared the locations of all of the chests. They are 5 in total and can be found hidden behind this ancient painting like sculptors carved on the wall, with green light coming out of them.
Knighthood suit style unlocks after you have completed the main story. This suit style builds open the default outfit of these characters, giving them a much more stylistic look, with their own iconic symbols carved on them, signifying the growth of these characters over the course of the main story.
Shinobi suit style takes inspiration from ancient Japanese samurai armor combined with modern aesthetics, that fit the vibe of each character. Batgirl and Nightwing even wear their hair in top-knot, which resembles the hairstyle of ancient Japanese Shinobi and Samurai.
It is also worth noting that Batman has a history with Japan, with several comic books based on Batman facing off against Japanese folklore. Shinobi suit style is unlocked near the endgame, and you’ll most probably have their blueprints in your inventory near or after the endgame.
The rest of you know what to do, fulfill the requirements for crafting the suit, and give Batman’s successors a brand-new Japanese-style look.
As evident from the name, this suit style gives the characters a demonic look, that gives off this eerie vibe as if dark forces possess them. Just like the Shinobi suit style, you’ll have Demon-style suit blueprints available in your inventory, as soon as you are near or have completed the endgame. The exact moment of when you acquire them is unknown, but it is somewhere around the endgame.
Additionally, despite the fact that most of Gotham Knight’s systems require you to grind separately with each character, skins are an exception here. Unlocking a suit style for one character will automatically unlock the same suit style for the rest of the characters, with just a few exceptions.
Keep in mind that not all of the suits in Gotham Knights are customizable. For example, the KnightWatch suit is a Transmog suit, and there is no means of customizing it, while suits like Beyond have their own gears, giving you the option of customizing it.
In other words, don’t expect to find gear items for every suit you unlock since some are there just for fashion purposes. This also concludes our guide on all available skins in Gotham Knight, along with the location and process of how to unlock or acquire each skin. Let us know what you think about our guide in the comments below.
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