Gotham Knights features open-world gameplay that allows players to explore Gotham City. There is unique street art scattered across the city, and finding them is one of the challenges in Gotham Knights.
Acquiring these special pieces of street art provides players with valuable crafting materials that will allow them to build better gear, apart from gaining some experience and action points.
Players may find themselves wandering around the vast and interactive open world of Gotham Knights in search of street art, so this guide puts together a list of all street murals that players can easily track down to complete their collection.
All 12 Gotham Knights street art district locations and how to collect them
Before diving into all the collectible graffiti locations in Gotham Knights, it is important to note that almost all the districts in Gotham City (with the exception of Southend) have at least one street art. When you come across a street mural, you have to scan it with your AR to add it to your collection.
To locate street art on the map, you should be on the lookout for a spray can symbol. This indicates that an art mural is hidden somewhere near the symbol within the district. Upon activating the AR scan, the street art appears as an orange rectangular outline, which is visible even through buildings.
So without any further ado, here are all the districts in Gotham City containing collectible street art:
The Bowery district has only one piece of street art. Head towards the bridge that connects Bowery to Bristol. Just before reaching the bridge, stop at the junction and look at the building located on the right side of the bridge to find the Lyceum mural in Gotham Knights.
After collecting the Bowery Street Art mural, you can go to the Bristol district to collect the location's sole piece of art. Unlike other collectible artwork that is located on streets and alleyways, the one at Bristol is located in a courtyard.
Look for a courtyard that has a basketball court, accessible via three flights of stairs. A large mural can be found opposite the basketball nets.
The Cauldron District contains two pieces of collectible street art graffiti.
Cauldron is a difficult district to navigate. To collect the first graffiti, head to the bridge leading to Paris Island. Once there, jump over to the eastern side and follow the docks until you see a large graffiti on one of the buildings.
To obtain the second street art available in the Cauldron district, move northwest from Stagg Tower towards the center of the Cauldron. There will be a mural on the south-facing wall. These colors are a little washed out compared to the other street art in the game.
4) Financial District
The Financial District has one mural which is easy to spot. Use the financial district’s fast travel point as a landmark. Once there, jump down into the train bridge. Move towards the tunnel to find graffiti on the left.
5) Gotham Heights
First, head towards the bridge that connects Gotham Heights with the West End district. Once on the Gotham Heights end, take the first turn on the right, and after taking the right turn for a short while, the mural will be located on the left, next to a floral shop.
6) Old Gotham
The street art in the Old Gotham district is easy to find and is located on one of the walls of the Gotham City Cathedral. The Gotham City Cathedral is located on Rosserie Street, in front of the junction that leads to Crowne Avenue.
Otisburg contains just one piece of collectible art, which is very difficult to track down. This particular street art is located on the border of Bowery and Otisburg, directly east of Wayne Tower.
The mural is located on the corner of Park Row and Gardner Street, beneath the railway bridge.
8) Robinson Park
Robinson also contains only one piece of street art. The mural, titled 'The March of Crabs’ can be found lying on the border between Robinson Park and Gotham Heights. Head under the bridge where Chambers Street runs. The mural is located to the west of a spherical structure.
9) Tricorner Island
The only street art on Tricorner Island is painted on a building that sits between St. Adrian Avenue and Hawkins Avenue.
10) West End
The West End district has two pieces of collectible street art. The first graffiti, titled 'Our Friend Joe,' is rather easy to locate and can be clearly seen while crossing the bridge linking the West End to the Financial District. The mural is painted on the side of the road above a petrol pump.
For the second mural, head southeast from the 'Our Friend Joe' painting where Grant Lane and Croydon Avenue meet. An eclectic painting can be found here.