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How to Do Owl’s Nest 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 “Owl’s Nest” 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 do the Owl’s Nest quest and take down the talons and court members in Gotham Knights.

How to do Owl’s Nest in Gotham Knights

To do the Owl’s Nest quest in Gotham Knights, you need to follow the marker to the nest and open the door.

After you’ve opened the door to the nest, go in, jump down, and defeat the enemies.

You can also complete the bonus challenges by performing specific attacks like throws and heavy melee attacks.

Here’s a 4-step guide (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Follow the marker to the nest and open the door.
  2. Jump down the hole.
  3. Defeat all of the enemies.
  4. Complete the bonus challenges (optional).

After you’ve defeated all of the enemies, the crime will be resolved.

Open the chest to obtain its loot and get out of the area.

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