Riddle us this: would you buy a Batman: Arkham Anthology for the PlayStation 4? We heard rumours regarding the hypothetical remaster earlier in the year, when the collection was "confirmed" by IGN Italy's supposed sources. However, now we have a little more evidence to feed into the Bat Computer, as one NeoGAF user has happened upon a survey seemingly confirming the set.
In the flavour text, it's mentioned that Rocksteady Studios is working on upgraded versions of Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City. It mentions that these will be more than mere texture bumps, as it's "rebuilding both games from the ground with upgraded models, environments, lighting, shaders, and post-processing effects".
The blurb also mentions that both titles will come with all of their respective DLC, and then asks the recipient to rate their interest level. There are a trio of potential box art images as well, in addition to a slew of hypothetical names, including the obvious Batman: Arkham Remastered right through to the less catchy Batman: Absolute Arkham.
Of course, with remasters unnervingly common at the moment, we suspect that there's going to be a bit of a backlash to this. But with the brand new Batman: Arkham Knight right around the corner, you could argue that Warner Bros has gone about this one in the correct way. After all, you don't have to buy it if you don't want it.