In the Centennial Park area of Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice, the Riddler has 3 Riddles he wants you to solve. Edward Nigma did a great job with these 3, and in the following guide, I’ll tell you how to complete them. As usual, to listen to the Riddles in Suicide Squad, you must access the game’s map and press the left thumbstick on your controller.
If you press it several times, you can switch between quizzes. For the Centennial Park Riddles, you must find and scan the following:
- A statue
- A graffiti
- A sign
How To Solve the Suicide Squad Riddles in Centennial Park
If you want to find the objects that must be scanned on your own, the following map shows their locations. However, if they are too challenging, check the tips below, and I’ll guide you to them.
Riddle #1: A Stirring Figure To Behold the World’s False Idol Cast in Gold
The first Riddle in Centennial Park goes like this: “A stirring figure to behold, the world’s false idol cast in gold.” This one is pretty straightforward, especially if you open your map and zoom in. You should be able to spot a giant gold statue showing Superman.
So, to complete the Riddle, check the first location I have marked on my map and place yourself in front of the statue. Make sure you are close enough before pressing Up on your Dpad.
Riddle #2: Within Their Lair The Thousands Plot, Too Many X’s Mark The Spot
If you completed the third Riddle in Racine, you probably remember how hard it was. The same goes for the second puzzle in Centennial Park: “Within their lair the Thousands plot, too many X’s mark the spot.”
The answer to this Riddle requires you to figure out what the lair of the Thousands is. In this case, the Riddler refers to a park in the district’s southeastern corner. When you reach the location I have marked above, you’ll need to look for a small tunnel.
Inside, on the wall, you’ll see a drawing depicting five X’s. You have to scan these to complete the second Centennial Park Riddle.
Riddle #3: To Welcome Those From Far and Wide, This Sign Spells Out Our Civic Pride
The third and final Centennial Park conundrum is more accessible than the previous one: “To welcome those from far and wide, this sign spells out our civic pride.” The clue here is the sign that spells out the civic pride, which is the city’s name: Metropolis.
“Those from far and wide” is also a clue that hints at the visitors of Metropolis. So, to solve the enigma, head to the third location on my map and scan the large Metropolis sign pictured below. Now that you are done with these, here is where to find the Riddler Trophies in Centennial Park.