People have been trying to guess at when the Playstation 4 and/or Xbox 720 will debut next year, while report after report has surfaced suggested one thing or another, but it now seems as though Activision has revealed one of those systems will be debuting this coming year to challenge the Wii U.
The reports concerning delays in the Xbox 720's processing chip surfaced back in September, which suggested there was no way the next Xbox would be coming out anytime during 2013.
Meanwhile, the Playstation 4 recently received reports of new dev kits being sent out to developers, with the final one coming sometime this next year.
With that being the case, logic implies the system would not be ready by the end of 2013, since dev kits are still heading out.
However, despite both of these instances and according to a report from GamerSyndrome today, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick has confirmed that one of the aforementioned next-generation consoles will be hitting retailers next year to challenge the Wii U.
"We can’t really talk too much about next generation console plans, but I think it’s safe to say you have a Wii U coming out and there will be another new console coming and we expect that they’ll be very successful," Kotick said.