The Sinking City, an adventure and investigation game set in the H.P. Lovecraft universe, developed by Frogwares, and published by Bigben Interactive/Nacon, has been removed from multiple storefronts over the past few months. This includes Epic Games Store, Steam, the PlayStation Store, and possibly the Microsoft Store in the near future. Frogwares has released a public statement, highlighting what they believe to be multiple breaches made by Nacon (formerly Bigben Interactive).
Only months after the release of The Sinking City (August 2019), Frogwares has been involved in ongoing legal battles with the publisher regarding the alleged breach of contract.
The public statement outlines many of the ongoing issues, including late/partial payments and the removal of milestones that were previously agreed upon. This means that Frogwares would not see any profits from sales of the game on any platform.
Monetary compensation is only part of the problem. The Frogwares logo was removed on the game's cover, as well as additional marketing pieces, resulting in misrepresentation of the property owned by Frogwares and not the publisher.
You can read the full public statement and all of the grieviances at the following link on the official Frogwares website.