Yesterday, Factor 5 confirmed that they were no longer developing for the Nintendo Gamecube. Speculation ran wild across the Internet, with many claiming that Factor 5 was developing for the Playstation 2 and Xbox. Last night, however, Factor 5's President, Julian Eggebrecht, set the record straight in a Gamespot interview. Eggebrecht claimed that the decision to stop making Gamecube titles stemmed from the fact that, "we have moved into next-generation development." Suprisingly, Eggebrecht refused to confirm which next generation hardware they are developing for, though the Nintendo DS and GCNext had been mentioned previously.
It's worth noting that at the recent Game Developers Conference, Factor 5 was very enthusiastic regarding the PSP hardware. The only thing we can be certain of at this time is that whatever games Factor 5 may be developing, it will be a long while before they are shown to the public, as Eggebrecht had told IGN that Factor 5 would not be showing any titles at E3 this May.