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How to tag enemies in Gotham Knights

Being able to keep track of people through walls is nice!

Tagging enemies/objects is a usual mechanic found in the Arkham games, and Gotham Knights is no different. Keeping track of enemies without entering a specific mode is incredibly handy, so how do you tag enemies in Gotham Knights?

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How to keep track of enemies in Gotham Knights

To tag enemies in Gotham Knights, you must enter AR mode and hover over enemies for a few seconds until a white V mark appears above their heads. Sometimes this mark blends in with the badges above enemies. But it's very easy to tell when an enemy has been tagged since you can see them without needing AR mode.

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All enemies you can tag will be outlined in red in AR mode, and this red outline will appear in your regular sight, so you can keep tracking everyone without any hassle. This helps immensely for stealth, finding who to pick off first, or knowing how many people are left to defeat. It also keeps you aware of those around you when you're locked-on in combat.

You can also tag important objects, such as cameras and citizens attached to bombs, to keep fully aware of everything necessary and not have to play in AR mode for 80% of the game.

For more Gotham Knights guides on Pro Game Guides, check out How to unlock the fourth ability tree in Gotham Knights and All Knighthood character abilities in Gotham Knights.

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Mark Carpenter is the Assigning Editor at Pro Game Guides. With over four years of experience in the games media, his work has graced platforms such as Metro UK and Game Rant, along with other smaller publications. He has been a devoted gamer since the Amiga days, a journey spanning roughly 31 years. When not immersed in gaming, Mark enjoys delving into the worlds of D&D, strumming his guitar, and indulging in a good read. His heart belongs to RPGs, the Final Fantasy series, and The Legend of Zelda. Moreover, he has a keen affection for dogs.

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