There are several challenges to overcome in Gotham Knights, and one of them is collecting Street Arts spread over some of the districts of Gotham City. There are also some other collectibles in the game, such as Batarangs, Historia Strigidae, and landmarks. Gotham Knights: Street Arts Location Guide will focus on how to collect Street Murals and add them to your collection.
Here are all the Street Arts you can find in the game along with their district location:
|3||Faces Of Gotham||The Cauldron|
|4||Stolen Gotham||The Cauldron|
|5||A Green Gotham||Financial District|
|7||Simpler Times||Old Gotham|
|8||Origins Of Evil||Otisburg|
|9||The March of Crabs||Robinson Park|
|10||Gotham Piers||Tricorner Island|
|11||Our Friend Joel||West End|
|12||Born This Way||West End|
How To Find Street Arts Location In Gotham Knight
Different districts in the Gotham Knights contain collectibles called Street Arts. They are spread all over Gotham City, having a special effect on the overall look of the city. Finding their locations and Collecting them is one of the collectibles challenges to fulfill in the Gotham Knights.
There are a total number of 12 street murals in the Gotham Knights. Not all the districts of Gotham city contain a piece of these murals. To know that a district contains a piece of art, go to the map and take the cursor on that district. On the bottom right corner of your screen, a list of collectibles will appear. Look for the spray can symbol in the list, which indicates the presence of Street Art in the district.
The Bowery district in the Gotham Knights is probably an easy one to start with. Bowery has only a single location where you will find a piece of street art named Lyceum Mural.Once you are in the Bowery district, all you need to do is to head to the bridge that connects Bowery with the Bristol district. On the Bowery’s side of the bridge, look for a building on your right side just before the bridge begins near Janson Street. There you go, you’ll see a big Art on the wall, use AR scan and add it to your collections.
The Bristol district in the Gotham Knights has also one location where you will find the street art mural named See Us. This one may not be as simple as in the case of Bowery. After reaching Bristol, head to the southern end of the district where you need to find a courtyard. There you’ll find the See Us mural.There may be a little confusion in finding the courtyard. What you can do is look for two huge tower blocks, which you’ll find easily. In the middle of the tower blocks, you’ll find a courtyard with a basketball court. Opposite the basketball court, you’ll find the street mural See Us.
Another street art location in the Gotham Knights is in The Cauldron. The Cauldron district has two locations for street murals.
Street Art One: Faces Of GothamFor the first one, you will need to find the bridge connecting south with Paris Island, and you can find it on the map easily. Once you are on the bridge, jump from the bridge on the eastern side of the bridge. There you’ll find your first piece of street art, Faces of Gotham.
Street Art Two: Stolen Gotham
For the second piece of street art, find your way through Madison street to the Cauldron district. This route will take you straight to the street art location. There, you’ll find a mural named Stolen Gotham on the building on the left side of the route you followed.
The Financial District in the Gotham Knights has only a single piece of street art to locate. The location of this street art is the easiest one to locate.Once you are in the Financial District, you will need to head toward the train bridge, which is to the west of the Union station Belfry. There you will need to go toward the tunnel down there. Once you are near the tunnel, you’ll find the street mural entitled, A Green Gotham on the building to your left.
The Gotham heights district has only a single piece of street art for you to scan. The location is also an easy one to find. The street art in Gotham Heights is named GCU.Once you are in the Gotham Heights District, all you need to do is to go near the bridge that connects it to the West End district. At the end of the bridge on the Gotham Height’s side take the first right. Go straight until you reach the Floral Shop, there you’ll find the GCU Mural. , scan it, and add it to your collection.
The Old Gotham has also only one piece of the street mural for you to locate in the Gotham Knights. Street art in the Old Gotham district is named Simpler Times.The location of this street art is also an easy one. First of all, head to the Gotham City Cathedral, which you will find easily on the map. There on the eastern side of the Cathedral, you need to follow Rossie Street down to the center. Just after passing the Crowne Avenue junction, you will find the Simpler Times street art there on the building; scan the mural to add it to your collection.
The Otisburg Street art is called Origins Of Evil. The Otisburg district in the Gotham Knights has a single piece of the street mural for you to scan. This street art is located on the border of Otisburg and Bowery, which usually gets ignored by the players.The location is not that complex, all you need to do is head toward the Wayne Tower in Otisburg. Once there, you will find Gardner Street to the east of this tower. Follow Gardner Street up to its North until you reach the first bridge. Just beneath the bridge, look on to your left and you will see the Origins Of Evil street art on the building.
The Robinson Park district also has a single piece of street art for you to locate and scan in the Gotham Knights.The street art is entitled, The March of Crabs. It is located on the border between the two districts Robinson Park and Gotham Heights, there is a street called Chambers Street. Just beneath the street, there is a tunnel that has the Street mural located for you to scan.
There is only one street art for you to scan in Tricorner Island in the Gotham Knights. The street mural is entitled, Gotham Piers.The street art in Tricorner Island is located down Arsenal Street near Hawkins Avenue, which is to the North of St. Adriana Avenue. The easiest way to find the location is to enter Tricorner Island from the Old Gotham side. Once you are at the end of the bridge connecting the two districts, turn right and move toward the road. On the road, there will be a small flight of stairs; moving up the stairs to your left, you will find street art.
The West End district in the Gotham Knights has two pieces of street art for you to locate and scan. The first one is entitled, Our Friend Joel while the second one is called Born This Way.
Street Art One: Our Friend JoelThe find the first street mural in the west end, you’ll need to head toward the bridge connecting the West End district with the Financial District. Coming from the Financial District side, as the bridge ends, look to your right side and you’ll see a petrol station. Go to nearby the petrol station and you’ll see the street art Our Friend Joel painted on the building.
Street Art Two: Born This Way
For the second street art piece in the West End District, you will need to head toward the junction between Grant Lane and Croydon Avenue. Looking into the map, it is toward the northeast of the first street mural Our Friend Joel. Once there, you will see the street art Born This Way on the lower portion of the building.
These were the locations of all the 12 street arts in Gotham Knights. After visiting the above-mentioned places, you can add them to your collection and fulfill one of the collectible’s challenges.
Gotham Knights is a recently released RPG game developed by the WB Games Montréal, developers of Batman Arkham Origins. In Gotham Knights, Batman is dead now, and you have to play any of the four characters of Batman’s former protégés.
The story revolves around the restoration of Justice in Gotham City and the other events that happen after Batman’s death. You can switch to any of the characters knowing their skill sets, and choose the Best Gear for them to enhance their abilities.
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