Gone Home's console port has been abandoned following the closure of its publisher, Midnight City, an "indie" focused offshoot of Majesco.

As reported by DualShockers and confirmed by Eurogamer, the console version is no longer being worked on. “Our publishing deal with Majesco has ended, and the console version is not in active development,” developer Fullbright's co-founder Steve Gaynor told Eurogamer.

Fullbright is currently working on a first-person sci-fi adventure called Tacoma. It looks a bit like a mix of Gone Home with the dev's previous work on the wonderful BioShock 2 DLC Minerva's Den.

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