Square Enix is discontinuing The Last Remnant and will shortly be removing the game from both physical and digital sale.
The almost decade-old role-playing game will be removed at 5pm UK time / 10am PDT on September 4, 2018 (2am on September 5 in Japan) but at the time of writing, publisher Square Enix has not elaborated on why the game is being withdrawn from sale.
"We will soon be discontinuing digital and physical sales of The Last Remnant on PC," said Square Enix's Sunil Godhania via a Steam announcement (via Eurogamer). "Thanks to everyone who’s adventured with the Mitras, Yamas, Qsitis and Sovanis!"
If you already own the game, though, don't panic as "anyone already owning the game will still be able to play as per usual".
Fantasy turn-based The Last Remnant—Square's first shipped game built using Unreal Engine—stands on a "very positive" user rating since its PC release in April 2009. Could we be seeing a remaster in the not-too-distant future? Watch this space, I guess.