Kotaku has announced that it is discontinuing its Steam Books program.
The news comes in the wake of the massive Steam Library leak, which exposed tens of thousands of books and hundreds of games.
Kotaku also says it will no longer be publishing a number of games from developers that were part of the program.
“It’s been a long road for the company, and we’ve always had a love for all the great games that we work with,” the publisher said in a statement.
“But now, it’s time for us to get on with the business of making games that are good enough for the marketplace to support.”
“For many years, we’ve done all we could to support developers who wanted to get into the gaming industry,” the statement added.
“However, as we started to look into ways to bring more indie games to market, we started noticing a troubling trend: the quality of the titles being published has consistently slipped.
We’re taking this opportunity to bring these games back to Steam, and make the games that fans love even better.”
Kotaku will continue to produce new, high-quality content and continue to offer a variety of titles that are accessible to gamers who are still looking for more of their favorite titles.
“With this announcement, we’re bringing our catalog to an end and laying off all our employees,” Kotaku said.
“We will continue providing great titles to our loyal customers for years to come.”