Disturb the Guest in the Tavern Overwatch 2

If you want to know how to disturb the guest in the tavern in Overwatch 2 and thereby complete the “Knock, Knock” challenge in Wrath of the Bride, you’ve come to the right place. This is actually pretty easy to do once you know what the game expects of you. The tavern is a pretty big place, and there’s not a lot of time to look for the right door. That’s why, in this guide, we are going to walk you through the whole process.

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disturb the guest in the tavern overwatch 2
Disturb the Guest in the Tavern Overwatch 2

How to Disturb the Guest in the Tavern Overwatch 2

To disturb the guest in the tavern in Overwatch 2 and complete the “Knock, Knock…” challenge in the Wrath of the Bride mode, the first step is to get to the tavern. That shouldn’t be too much of a problem, since the quest takes you straight there. The doors will only open when everyone comes close to it. The next task, once everyone is inside, is to check out the radio on the table. Ignore that for now and look to the left of the radio. You’ll spot a staircase; go ahead and climb it. Follow the balcony forward and then left until you get to two doors that are next to each other. The one you’re looking for has a working lamp above it.

The next step to complete the disturb the guest in the tavern in Overwatch 2 is to approach the door and knock on it. You’ll have to do it several times (about five). Basically, just keep knocking until you get the notification that you’ve completed the Knock, Knock challenge. Doing so unlocks the Kiriko voice line called “Scry Some More.” One important thing to note here is that you can do this “mission” on any difficulty. So, if you want to get it over with more easily, just flip over to Story Mode difficulty. Also, it seems that the challenge will count as complete even if you ultimately fail the mission.

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