Should you turn on CSI Assist in Gotham Knights

It makes things easier!

Gotham Knights brings with it many mechanics inspired by the Arkham series. One of the most notable similarities is the investigative side of crime fighting, as players will be tasked with deciphering clues at crime scenes throughout the game's story. Solving these crimes can be tough for newer players and tedious for ones that want to speed through the side quests, but thankfully there are ways to make solving crime scenes simple and easy.

Should you use CSI Assist in Gotham Knights

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In the settings, under the UI tab, players can find an option near the bottom of the list (shown above) called USE CSI ASSIST. Players can turn this setting to On to simplify the crime scene portions of the game. For players that enjoy a challenge, this is best left Off, but it can be a huge help to players that don't want to sink the time into these objectives.

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Players will normally be tasked with identifying five clues in a given area to solve a crime scene and then are presented with a short query by deciding which clue answers that query. It's important to remember that these objectives are usually side missions and can oftentimes be skipped, so whether this setting is turned on or off will only really have a bearing on players that invest in these quests.

Interested in other helpful Gotham Knights guides and want to read more? Check out How do you disable security cameras in Gotham Knights? on Pro Game Guides!

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