Teenage Girls: The first video game franchise, set in a world where everything can be made and sold, has been cancelled.
The news was made public on Wednesday, just days after MTV announced that the game would be scrapped.
The announcement was made at the Teenage Girl Summit, a gaming convention held at the Sydney Convention Centre.
“This has been a difficult decision for us to make, but it is the right one,” MTV told its audience.
Teenage Girls is due to return in 2019, with a new version due in 2021.
MTV also announced that a new season of Teenage Boys would also be made, with the cast of the new game also returning.
In 2018, MTV released a new video game titled Teenage Boy, which is based on the book Teenage Wolf, and starred the voice of a 14-year-old boy.
This video game, and a follow-up, Teenage Princess, were both released in 2018.
Vancouver-based developer, Dontnod Entertainment, announced plans to make Teenage Bride, which will be a reboot of the first Teenage Prince.
Dontnud Entertainment previously announced plans for a Teenage Queen, based on a game based on Queen Victoria’s reign.