Overwatch 2: How to Complete the “Knock, Knock…” Wrath of the Bride Challenge

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Bride Sombra in Overwatch 2 Wrath of the Bride Halloween Terror event

Challenges are a neat way to get some extra Battle Pass experience in Overwatch 2, and Blizzard made the Halloween Terror 2022 event more fun by adding some exclusive, limited-time ones. They’re not all easy to get, though – in fact, you’ve probably noticed they’re described in riddles of sorts rather than telling you what to do outright.

We’ve figured out how to complete these Challenges to save you the hard work, and in this guide, we’re going over how to complete the “Knock, Knock…” Wrath of the Bridge Challenge in Overwatch 2. So here’s everything you need to know.

“Disturb the Guest in the Tavern” Overwatch 2 Halloween Terror Challenge

This is one of the easiest ones to knock off your list – the hard part is knowing what you’re supposed to do. But luckily we’ve done the legwork for you, and it was annoying. We spent ages shooting all the items in the Tavern trying to make enough noise to “disturb the guest” only to find out we were doing the wrong thing the entire time. Love it.

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To complete the “Knock, Knock…” Challenge, you need to progress slightly until you and your team enter the Tavern in the beginning. Once you’re in there, go up the stairs on the left, walk around the landing, and you’ll see two closed doors. Go up to the one on the right and you’ll be prompted to “Knock.”

Knock Knock Overwatch 2 Halloween Terror Challenge
Screenshot via Overwatch 2 (Credit: Prima Games)

Bang on the door four times to annoy the sleeping guest and complete the Challenge (you can also melee the door twice apparently, but we haven’t tried). You’ll also unlock Kiriko’s “Scry Some More” voice line for doing so – neat.

If you’ve still got more Overwatch 2 Junkenstein’s Revenge: Wrath of the Bride Challenges to finish off, check out our other guides:

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Meg Bethany Koepp

Meg started out as a video games journalist in the UK in 2014, before getting a degree in Games Journalism (yes, it exists). She moved to the US in 2018 where she eventually became Managing Editor at Prima Games in May 2022. When she's not working, you can find her playing her ASUS ROG Ally, training Pokémon, or trailblazing through the galaxy in Honkai: Star Rail. You can contact Meg at [email protected].