Bethesda has halted development of new content for The Elder Scrolls: Legends.
The free-to-play strategy card game will remain playable and Bethesda will continue to provide maintenance for the title.
However, previously announced plans to release a new expansion pack before the end of 2019 have been cancelled.
“We decided to put any new content development or releases on hold for the foreseeable future,” Bethesda confirmed in a statement on Reddit.
In the meantime, PC and mobile users can still download the game and play both online and single-player modes.
“We will also continue to support the game with monthly reward cards and regular in-game events,” Bethesda said.
“New expansions and other future content, however, are no longer under active development. We will continue to provide ongoing maintenance support.
“To thank you all for supporting Legends these past few years, and for continuing to play with us, we are giving away The Tamriel Collection – an assortment of new, three-attribute cards and more – to all players for free upon their next login.”
Bethesda said the decision doesn’t affect an upcoming Asia-specific version of Legends, but it didn’t provide any update on previously announced plans to bring the game to PS4, Xbox One and Switch.
Bethesda recently delayed the Switch version of free-to-play RPG The Elder Scrolls: Blades from this year to early 2020.
Earlier this month, CD Projekt Red announced it was discontinuing support for the console versions of The Witcher card game Gwent.