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Batman Arkham Knight: How to Change Skins

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Batman Arkham Knight: How to Change Skins

There’s almost nothing better than beating goon after goon. One thing that is better though, is beating goon after goon while wearing the Zur En Arrh costume. Before you can do that though, you have to know how to change into the costume. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to change skins in Batman Arkham Knight.

As you make your way through Arkham Knight, you’ll soon realize that while your default skin is quite awesome, a glide through Gotham would be perfect in the 1989 Batman skin, or even the Nolan Dark Knight skin.

The game features both of these skins and dozens more. Some skins were included in the game as free DLC while others had to be purchased.

These days, it’s quite easy to get your hands on all of the DLC for cheap and we recommend doing so because some of the crazier skins — looking at you Zur En Arrh — really shine against the dark backdrop of Gotham City.

How to Change Skins in Batman Arkham Knight

To change into a costume that you own, you need to open up the start screen (Options button on PS4 and Menu button on Xbox One). Once in here, navigate your way to the Showcase gallery.

The Showcase gallery is where you’ll find all of the skins you own. Once you’ve decided on the costume you want to don, select it and then select the option, “Set Active.”

Upon doing so, when you return to the game, you’ll find that Batman is in the selected costume.

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Here’s a step by step breakdown of how to change skins in Arkham Knight

  1. Open up the start menu.

  2. Go to the Showcase gallery.

  3. Select the desired skin and choose “Set Active.”

That’s it for our guide on how to change skins in Arkham Knight.

For more information about the game, be sure to check out our Arkham Knight Guide Wiki. There, you’ll find tips, tricks, walkthroughs and more to help you take back Gotham City. Here are some guides on Twinfinite to get you started:

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