A few weeks ago, Friday the 13th: The Game developer Gun Media announced that it was involved in a copyright lawsuit between the director of the original Friday the 13th movie, Sean Cunningham, and the film's writer, Victor Miller. Since the lawsuit is ongoing, no new Friday the 13th products can be created or sold until the case is settled, so Gun Media announced that future content would have to be suspended.

Now, in a clarification on the Friday the 13th: The Game forums, studio president Wes Keltner announced that all future content would be shelved - and might not be continued in the future. In his own words: "Development on games can't just pause indefinitely and pick back up again; it doesn't work that way... we can't keep building content that may never see the light of day."

By the sounds of it, then, this could be the end of post-release content for Friday the 13th, unless the ongoing lawsuit reaches a resolution soon.

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[via forum.f13game.com, f13game.com]