A survey has leaked online giving details about what could be Warner Bros. plans to release a remastered version of the Batman Arkham games. Whilst nothing is for definite at this point in time, the survey definitely suggested that Warner Bros. were certainly looking into the idea of bringing the entire collection to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
In the survey, a number of questions are asked. One question asks respondents how likely they'd be interested in a remastered Batman collection, whilst another question asks what name respondents would prefer the game to be called. A few concept designs for the remastered versions front cover were also shared.
In one area, it came across as if the Batman remastered collection was definitely going to happen. The information provided in the survey can be seen below, although the first sentence, stating "WB Game is recrafting the critically acclaimed and best-selling titles from Rocksteady Studios" is perhaps the most important.
"WB Games is recrafting the critically acclaimed and best-selling titles from Rocksteady Studios, Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, for the next-generation consoles." reads the survey summary. "Far from just up-reused visuals and textures, both games are being rebuilt from the ground with upgraded models, environments, lighting and HDR, effects and shaders, and new high quality post processing effects."
Respondents could pick between Batman: Arkham Anthology, Batman: Absolute Arkham, Batman: Arkham Legacy, Batman: Arkham Masterpiece Collection and Batman: Arkham Remastered for the name for the game.