Gearbox software is gearing up for the next-generation of consoles. According to the company's CEO, Randy Pitchford, the studio is working on next-gen projects.
"We've got a few things going on right now that we haven't talked about but that'll appear later," Pitchford said.
"I'm always excited by movement forward," Pitchford told Gamasutra. "Some of that comes from iteration with our software, and some of it comes from iteration with hardware, and some of it comes from invention… each new step kind of gives us new tools and new capabilities that always makes the entertainment better, if we use it right."
While Pitchford was understandably cagey about the specifics of the Sony and Microsoft consoles he has no doubt seen, he did discuss the far-future of gaming.
"There are so many steps between now and the holodeck, or between now and The Matrix," Pitchford said. " Any number of those steps could be tested or introduced either as gimmicks or as potentials to new standards in any given hardware attempts. Those are always exciting."