Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League features the return of the Riddler and has brought all new riddles to solve. There are 21 riddles to find and solve in the game, and here are just a few of them found in the Centennial Park area of Metropolis.
How to Complete Riddler’s Centennial Park Riddles in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League (KTJL)
There are three riddles to solve in Centennial Park. The Riddler can give all three clues on the map screen, but here are the locations and objects for players to scan to complete the area.
Centennial Park Riddle #1
The first Centennial Park riddle goes, “A stirring figure to behold, the world’s false idol cast in gold.”
The answer is the golden Superman statue. It is located in the center of the park and is very hard to miss when flying around the area.
The giant statue sticks out among the park’s trees and walkway, in contrast to the concrete jungle of the city. Get up uncomfortably close to the statue and scan it to complete the riddle.
Centennial Park Riddle #2
The second Centennial Park riddle goes, “Within their lair the Thousands plot, too many X’s mark the spot.”
The answer is a secret door underneath a walkable overpass. Players will be able to see it by the outline of the door and a couple X’s painted above it.
There are a few overpasses to the right of the park where the golden statue is, but the door is near some inspired graffiti about Superman. Scan the door outline to complete the riddle.
Centennial Park Riddle #3
The third Centennial Park riddle goes, “To welcome those from far and wide, this sign spells out our civic pride.”
The answer is the Metropolis sign. This Hollywood-like sign is similar to the golden Superman statue in that it is also hard to miss. However, the sign is northwest of the park and west of the stadium. Find the roof of a nearby building and scan the giant sign to get the final riddle.
For more Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League riddles, please check out our guide on how to solve all of Riddler’s Bakerline riddles.