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How to Use AR to Locate the Cache Marker 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 “Use AR to locate the Cache marker” 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 use AR to locate the cache marker to find the hidden page in Gotham Knights.

How to use AR to locate the cache marker in Gotham Knights

To use AR to locate the cache marker in Gotham Knights, you need to use your AR scan to reveal a strange marking on the gravestone.

Next, head to the columbariums and use your AR scan to reveal the second strange marking.

Lastly,  go to the columbarium behind and interact with the symbol to pick up the hidden page.

Here’s a 3-step guide:

  • Use your AR scan on the gravestone to reveal the first strange marking.
  • Use your AR scan on the columbariums to reveal the second strange marking.
  • Go to the columbarium behind and interact with the symbol.

After you’ve interacted with the symbol, you’ll find the hidden page.

Expand the screenshots above to see exactly what to scan and pick up.

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