In a new interview with Blizzard—celebrating the Warcraft franchise series' 15-year anniversary—WoW producer J. Allen Brack told Gamasutra that Blizzard will "definitely" deliver another console game in the future (via Eurogamer.com). The story, which highlights Blizzard's original roots as a console developer, features quite a bit of interesting commentary from Brack about the past, present and future of video game platforms.
"[...] there's a perception, I think, that Blizzard is anti-console, and that's absolutely not the case," Brack told Gamasutra, when asked how invested Blizzard is in the PC market. "We just want to make the right game for the right platform. Think about StarCraft II. Some real-time strategy games have tried to happen on the console. Some of those have been successful, but overall, our experience is that it's going to be a better game on the PC, ergo it's developed on the PC."
"We're a culture of gamers," Brack continued, in response to the same question. "We will definitely work on a console game at some point. I have no doubt about that. It's just [a matter of] what game." The interview also features commentary from Blizzard art director Sam Didier; check out the full story here.