Platinum Games' action RPG Scalebound is no longer in development, multiple sources have told Eurogamer.

Scalebound was the latest from Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry, Okami and Bayonetta director Hideki Kamiya.

The game was most recently scheduled for Xbox One and PC for 2017, and has been heavily promoted by Microsoft.

According to Eurogamer sources, publisher Microsoft and Platinum parted ways and work ceased on the game last year.

Update: Microsoft has confirmed that it has ended production on Scalebound.

"After careful deliberation, Microsoft Studios has come to the decision to end production for Scalebound," a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement to Polygon. "We're working hard to deliver an amazing lineup of games to our fans this year, including Halo Wars 2, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, Sea of Thieves and other great experiences."

Apparently trouble started when several senior members of the development team were forced to take a month away, putting the game behind schedule. The game's engine was also allegedly causing problems.

Sources have also told Kotaku the game is in trouble, and to expect an official announcement as to its fate soon.

Scalebound was unveiled with a cinematic trailer at E3 2014, and was last seen at Gamescom last August.

Interestingly, the game was missing from an Xbox Wire post last week about the future of Xbox One. Microsoft has also removed the official Scalebound page from the Xbox website.