The NHL announced Tuesday that it will not release a golf video game that was developed by Electronic Arts.
The announcement came just one day after the company confirmed it had canceled plans to release the upcoming golf game, Golf: The Complete Journey.
While the company said it had decided not to pursue a golf game for the Xbox One, the Golf video game was one of the first games to feature golf and it has since been used by other brands, including Nike and Nike+ in its online store.
The company’s announcement of its plans to cancel the golf game came as Microsoft launched the next generation of its Windows 10 operating system.
The next generation includes support for Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs, Xbox 360s and Windows 7 PCs.
The company has also introduced a new sports app for the console that allows fans to follow live games, and it is making it easier for people to buy and stream video content.
The Golf video, which is due to be released in the U.S. and Canada on November 14, was developed and published by EA Sports.
The Golf video was a hit for EA Sports, selling over 3 million copies in just the first month, and has since sold well on the Xbox Store.