How to Solve the Sudoku Puzzle – Gotham Knights

While attempting to find Jacob Kane’s private elevator in Mission 6.2 – The Voice of the Court, you’ll come across a puzzle on the wall of his office. It’s a Sudoku style puzzle — in this guide, we’ll show you exactly how to solve it.

After entering Kane’s office, there’s a chest on the left you’ll want to grab before going to the puzzle. The Sudoku wall puzzle is found in the far right corner of the office (relative to where you came in). You’ll need to use your AR Scanner (button xbox dpad down/ computer key x t ) to scan the puzzle, and then you’ll be able to walk up to it and hold button xbox a/ playstation x button / computer key e t to begin your “investigation” of the puzzle.

Use the left stick or mouse to move your cursor to the various squares — then, holdbutton xbox a/ playstation x button / computer key e t to rotate the currently selected square. There are four different sides, so you may have to rotate each one a few times to get it to display the correct symbol.

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The “Rotate” prompt appears on the currently selected square

You have to arrange the symbols so that the same symbol does not appear twice in any row or column. You can do this by spinning the white squares in the puzzle — the black squares are given to you, so they don’t move (they’re already in the correct position). Simply turn each white square until it matches the image below.

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Once you’ve got all of the squares on their correct side, the puzzle will slide away, revealing the rest of Kane’s office. Head into it to continue the mission!

We hope this guide on Gotham Knight’s Sudoku puzzle was helpful — leave any questions or suggestions you have in the comments below.

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