"They are on hold to allow the team to work on Move and on new projects, and I doubt they will ever be produced," said Cage, explaining that "I did not want to postpone the work on our next projects spending one more year on Heavy Rain, and given the time and attention we put in developing our games, this is what it would have meant."
Cage added that "I am really proud of this Move edition and think it will surprise many gamers and show that Move can be used for things other than family entertainment," though "Now as a writer and director, would I have preferred to work on the three Chronicles I wrote? Guess."
PlayStation Move is scheduled to launch on September 19 in North America, costing $49.99 for the Move controller itself then $29.99 for the optional Navigation controller. The Move-enabled edition of Heavy Rain is due out in October.