Quantic Dream president David Cage said that it is "unfortunate" Sony opted for a Move version of the title instead of continuing the Chronicles DLC.
"Chronicles are on hold as all the team is focused on Heavy Rain Move," he told Nowgamer.
"We proposed three episodes about one hour long and focused on the background of the main characters. I thought fans would really enjoy these episodes because they explained many aspects of Heavy Rain and why characters are who they are. Unfortunately, Sony preferred to ask us to focus on Move to support the device rather than on creating new content."
Cage added that he can understand the decision, but that it is a disappointing one for those who wanted more content.
"On our side, we did not want to spend more time on Heavy Rain, which would have meant delaying new projects.
"This is a decision I can understand, and I am certainly happy we had the opportunity to play with this device and to support it, although I am certainly disappointed for fans we could not finish the story of Heavy Rain the way we intended."
The Move version of the PlayStation 3 exclusive will be released by the end of the year. Existing versions will be patched to offer the same motion-sensing capabilities.