Deadline Games has put the brakes on the development of its story-driven shooter Faith and a .45 after failing to secure a publisher for the title.
First announced last year, Faith and a .45 is a PS3, 360 and PC third person shooter that was due to tell the story of two outlaw lovers set against the backdrop of the Great Depression.
Denmark-based Total Overdose developer Deadline said at the time that it would have a focus on characters, co-operative gameplay, road movie storytelling and cinematic aesthetics.
However, Deadline has told PS3 Attitude that its development has been paused due to the lack of a publisher.
We've contacted Deadline boss Chris Mottes for an official comment on the game's status.