Hey there, fellow gamers and mystery solvers! So, Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is back with a bang, courtesy of our favorite enigma-loving baddie, the Riddler. Brace yourselves for a mind-bending ride because there are 21 new riddles to crack in the game, and I’m here to spill the beans on a few lurking in the shadows of the Centennial Park area in Metropolis.
How to Complete Riddler’s Centennial Park Riddles in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (KTJL)
So, Centennial Park has three brain teasers waiting for you. The Riddler might drop some hints at the map screen, but here’s the real deal on where to scan and what to look for to conquer this zone.
Centennial Park Riddle #1
“A stirring figure to behold, the world’s false idol cast in gold.”
Ah, the golden Superman statue steals the spotlight here. Right smack in the park’s center, it’s like a beacon calling out to you. Trust me, you won’t miss it when you’re soaring through the skies. Dive in, get uncomfortably close, and give it a good scan to nail this riddle.
Centennial Park Riddle #2
“Within their lair the Thousands plot, too many X’s mark the spot.”
Keep your eyes peeled for a secret door under a walkable overpass. You’ll spot it by the outline of the door and a couple of X’s hanging around. Head to the right of the park, find the door near some cool Superman graffiti, and give it a scan. Riddle, solved!
Centennial Park Riddle #3
“To welcome those from far and wide, this sign spells out our civic pride.”
Behold, the Metropolis sign! It’s like Hollywood came to town, and you can’t miss it. Head northwest of the park, west of the stadium, climb a nearby building, and scan that giant sign. Boom, you’ve aced the final riddle.
For more mind-bending fun, check out our guide on Riddler’s Bakerline riddles.