In an interview between Insomniac bossman Ted Price and VentureBeat he left no doubt that while an independent studio they're still PS3 all the way.
Rumour of their newly opened studio in Raleigh, North Carolina, working on an Xbox360 project wasn't squished but it's unlikely they'll be leaving the PlayStation club.
VentureBeat asked if they'd consider branching out to other platforms, to which Price replied: "No. There are always opportunities, since we are independent. But for this generation, we are focused on the PS3 and the leading edge."
"Would you really double or triple your money by doing that? The answer is possibly. It depends on the publisher, the quality of the game, and if you can pull off multiple versions of games with the same level of quality. We haven't been set up to do that. We've been focused on PlayStation technology for a long time. If we were to make that jump, it would take a lot of planning. Right now, we see the other side. If you have a strong publisher who is marketing your games as a way to sell the hardware, then you get a lot of exposure. The sales of "Resistance: Fall of Man" have done very well worldwide, including a lot of fans playing online."
It's certainly no secret that Sony has played marketing favourites with Resistance for quite some time - though certain Church-related PR moments were perhaps not so embraced.
Price said on their new studio, rumoured to be harbouring secret lusts for the Xbox360: "We aren't saying what they are working on. But we have said they are using tools that we have developed here in Burbank to make games."
So Insomniac seems to be real determined to sit this Xbox generation out and stick with the PlayStation hardware. A good call, or shouldn't it really matter?