Despite leaked court documents detailing a cross-platform launch of 'Destiny' on the current generation of consoles and the impending Xbox 720/Durango and Playstation 4/Orbis, series creator Bungie Studios and publisher Activision remained mum on any next-gen plans during the game's unveiling Sunday.
"We're absolutely going to be on this generation of consoles," said Pete Persons, Bungie chief operating officer. "When we came to the big collaboration with Activision, we said we're going to tell these adventures over a 10-year period, so we need to make sure we're prepared for the future, both in the upcoming generations and multiple platforms and devices themselves.
The court documents leaked during Activision's trial against former Infinity Ward heads Jason West and Vince Zampella pointed to at least a timed-exclusive launch of "Destiny" for Microsoft's Xbox 360. The game was announced for both the 360, and Sony's Playstation 3, but no timeframe was given on an actual release date.
"You'll definitely be playing on Xbox and you'll definitely be playing on PlayStation," Parsons said.
Sony is set to unveil its new console at a Wednesday press conference. Microsoft has not yet indicated when it will pull the veil off the 720/Durango. Until both parties formally reveal their consoles and lift obvious gag orders on their existence, Activision and Bungie's hands are tied in regards to any details of "Destiny's" next-gen plans.
"Until there are official announcements from the first parties obviously we can't comment on any platforms that might be forthcoming, but what we can say is we are building 'Destiny' to be wherever gamers are," said Activision boss Eric Hirshberg added.
A PC version was also mentioned in the documents, but was not formally announced Sunday.
"We would absolutely love to be on the PC," Parsons said. "If you talk to the people upstairs, we play it on all platforms. So, stay tuned."