After laying off majority of its workforce last week, Telltale Games has now removed “The Walking Dead: The Final Season” from sale on digital stores. However, the studio said that the game could return to stores in the future.

On Wednesday, Eurogamer noticed that “The Walking Dead: The Final Season” is no longer up for grabs across all major digital stores including Steam, the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store and GOG.com. In an update, GOG explained that the game was removed from its platform because Telltale requested “a temporary pause of sales.”

Telltale addressed the issue right away in a statement it gave to Polygon. “Yes, we have removed season passes for ‘The Walking Dead: The Final Season’ from stores for the time being,” the studio said before noting that it is “currently still working to find a way to hand off production of episodes 3 and 4 so that the season can be completed.”

Telltale added that the outcome of its discussion with other studios will determine whether or not “The Final Season” gets the opportunity to return to digital stores. It then said that a “firm announcement” about the game will hopefully be out by the end of this week.

The removal of the game from digital stores comes days after Telltale Games laid off majority of its staff, including the entire team that was working on the last “Walking Dead” video game series installment. At the time of the mass layoffs, only one episode of “The Final Season” had been released. Then, the second episode, was launched this past Tuesday.

The studio still has 25 remaining employees as of the moment. However, they are reportedly focused on completing Telltale’s project with Netflix, which is a “Minecraft: Story Mode” adaptation for the streaming service.  The developer originally planned to come up with two projects out of its partnership with Netflix. But because of what transpired recently, the other project — a video game version of “Stranger Things” — was scrapped.