Even the successors to the cowl need to look good. In Gotham Knights skins can be used as cosmetics to give your hero a brand new look. These are called Transmogs and can be found and equipped under the Style tab which is found beneath Gear. These Gotham Knights skins don’t actually affect gameplay but you can collect them via certain conditions in the game.
How to Unlock All Gotham Knights Skins
Here is all Gotham Knights skins for the heroes and how to unlock them:
New Guard: Default skin already unlocked from the start.
Beyond: Exclusive to the Gotham Knights Deluxe and Collector’s Edition.
Knightwatch: Exclusive to the Gotham Knights Deluxe and Collector’s Edition.
Eternal: Currently unknown.
Shinobi: Currently unknown.
Neon Noir: Currently unknown.
Knight Ops: Currently unknown.
Year One: Currently unknown.
Titan: Currently unknown.
Demon: Currently unknown.
Metal: Currently unknown.
Privateer: Currently unknown.
Talon: Currently unknown.
Knighthood: Currently unknown.
It’s been confirmed in an FAQ that Gotham Knights will not have microtransactions. So you can earn most of these suits by completing certain conditions in the game. However the Beyond and Knightwatch skins are exclusive to the Deluxe and Collector’s editions.
Each character can change on these suits via the Style tab. However they can only equip one individual Transmog at once. This means that you cannot mix and match the Gotham Knights skins with each other even if you think they’ll look really good.
You can however customize certain aspects about the skins in Gotham Knights. You’re able to swap the color palette, the style of the cowl, the symbols on the suits, the gloves and boots.
Gotham Knights Batgirl Suits
New Guard Batgirl: The default Batgirl skin which is loosely based on her comic book appearances.
Beyond Batgirl: A more futuristic take on Batgirl based on the Batman Beyond animated series.
Knightwatch Batgirl: A classic Batgirl suit inspired by her early days as the Dark Knights sidekick which is designed by Jim Lee the writer, illustrator, and COO of DC Comics.
Eternal Batgirl: A more faithful representation of the comic book Batgirl.
Shinobi Batgirl: A Japanese styled armor worn by Batgirl with the biggest notable feature being the high ponytail she styles her hair.
Neon Noir Batgirl: A Batgirl suit with light armor designed for flexibility.
Knight Ops Batgirl: A Batgirl suit made to hide in the shadows and blend in the dark corners of Gotham City.
Year One Batgirl: A more informal look for Batgirl with a jacket and pants combo that gives Barbara a more rugged look.
Titan Batgirl: A Batgirl suit mixed with black and yellow.
Demon Batgirl: A completely white-gray Batgirl suit that makes her look like a specter in the night.
Metal Batgirl: A Batgirl suit covered in a lot of armor fit to take on any army.
Privateer Batgirl: A suit for Batgirl that has steampunk themes.
Talon Batgirl: A Batgirl suit that’s more accurately described as an owl mirroring their sworn enemies.
Knighthood Batgirl: A Batgirl suit not too different from Titan however doesn’t have the gold colors.
Gotham Knights Robin Suits
New Guard Robin: The default Robin skin which is loosely based on his comic book appearances only with a longer cape.
Beyond Robin: A more futuristic take on the Robin suit based on the Batman Beyond animated series.
Knightwatch Robin: A classic Robin suit designed by Jim Lee the writer, illustrator, and COO of DC Comics.
Eternal Robin: A Robin suit with headgear based on the Red Robin from the comics.
Shinobi Robin: A ninja style Robin suit with hand wraps and a hoodie.
Neon Noir Robin: An informal Robin suit with a jacket and little to no armor.
Knight Ops Robin: A Robin suit laced with bullet proof linings from head to toe.
Year One Robin: An informal Robin suit that feels more rugged with a leather jacket and chest armor.
Titan Robin: A Robin suit with headgear that covers his face which makes him looked like a masked luchador.
Demon Robin: A red Robin suit with a gray hoodie.
Metal Robin: A Robin suit with heavy armored covering.
Privateer Robin: A steampunk inspired Robin suit.
Talon Robin: A Robin suit inspired by the Batfamily’s greatest enemies, The Court of Owls.
Knighthood Robin: A dark Robin suit with green linings on the hoodie suited for espionage work.
Gotham Knights Nightwing Suits
New Guard Nightwing: The default Nightwing suit which is loosely based on his comic book appearances except the blue seems brighter.
Beyond Nightwing: A futuristic Nightwing suit based on the Batman Beyond animated series.
Knightwatch Nightwing: A classic Nightwing suit designed by Jim Lee the writer, illustrator, and COO of DC Comics.
Eternal Nightwing: A dark Nightwing suit which seems high tech but is similar in design to his Titan Transmog.
Shinobi Nightwing: A Japanese inspired armor for Nightwing with a noticeable ponytail.
Neon Noir Nightwing: A Nightwing suit with a slick design without much armor.
Knight Ops Nightwing: An intimidating Nightwing suit with red eyes and bladed gauntlets.
Year One Nightwing: An informal Nightwing suit without much armor but is well suited for Grayson’s acrobatics.
Titan Nightwing: A completely black Nightwing suit which seems made to help him hide in the shadows.
Demon Nightwing: A Nightwing suit which looks intimidating and covers most of his face.
Metal Nightwing: A Nightwing suit covered in armor all around.
Privateer Nightwing: A steampunk inspired Nightwing suit with a small cowl.
Talon Nightwing: An armor laced with actual feathers making Nightwing look similar to the Court of Owls.
Knighthood Nightwing: A dark Nightwing suit that pays homage to his classic look.
Gotham Knights Red Hood Suits
New Guard Red Hood: The default Red Hood skin that is loosely based on comic book appearance with the exception of wearing a chest plate instead of his iconic jacket.
Beyond Red Hood: A futuristic Red Hood suit based on the Batman Beyond animated series.
Knightwatch Red Hood: A classic Red Hood suit designed by Jim Lee the writer, illustrator, and COO of DC Comics.
Eternal Red Hood: A Red Hood suit with metallic armor plating.
Shinobi Red Hood: A Japanese inspired Red Hood suit with a Jason’s usual headgear now looking similar to an Oni demon.
Neon Noir Red Hood: A darker Red Hood suit that seems suited for the cold atmosphere of Gotham City.
Knight Ops Red Hood: A suit that has practical armor plating in sensitive areas and a darker tone to help Red Hood blend in the dark.
Year One Red Hood: A classic Red Hood outfit complete with his iconic jacket.
Titan Red Hood: A Red Hood suit that makes Jason look rather alien.
Demon: A Red Hood suit without any eye sockets that makes Jason look like a vengeful mummy.
Metal: A suit more similar to the Arkham Knight for Red Hood.
Privateer: A steampunk inspired Red Hood suit with a big Victorian coat.
Talon: A suit that looks like something an agent from the Court of Owls would wear but Red Hood has the distinctive Batman ears.
Knighthood: A Red Hood suit that is based on his comic book appearances except with darker clothing but still with the bright red mask.
Those are all the Gotham Knights skins. We hope you were able to find a Transmog to your liking from this article. For more on Gotham Knights, you’re already in the right place.