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How to Align the Frequencies in Gotham Knights

In Gotham Knights, Batman is dead and a new large, criminal underworld has taken over Gotham City.

It’s now up to the Batman Family to protect Gotham, save its citizens, instill discipline in its cops, and fear its criminals.

The 4 knights are Batgirl, Nightwing, Red Hood, and Robin.

In the game, you can solve mysteries that link the city’s history and defeat powerful villains.

Some quests and objectives like aligning the frequencies are hard to complete because their hints can be vague.

It’s an open-world, action RPG set in a dynamic and interactive Gotham City.

You can play solo or co-op mode and stop criminal activity when you find it.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to align the frequencies (Sonic Device Puzzle in Arkham Asylum) in Gotham Knights.

How to align the frequencies in Gotham Knights

To align the frequencies in Gotham Knights, you need to match the frequencies to each other by looking at the wires on the ground.

For example, look at where the green wire is connected to and set the frequency similar to what’s shown on the screen.

Match the other frequencies by looking at where the blue, red, and yellow wires are connected to.

Here are the key points:

  • Look at where the green, blue, red, and yellow wires are connected to.
  • Match each frequency to the screen that each respective wire is connected to (see the screenshots above for the solutions).

After you’ve matched all 4 frequencies, a cutscene will play showing that they are all green.

You’ve successfully aligned the frequencies in Arkham Asylum.

Further reading

How to Solve the Owl Puzzle in the Powers Club in Gotham Knights

How to Unlock Glider or Wingsuit in Gotham Knights

How to Search for Clues in the Vault in Gotham Knights

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