Richard J. Land, the lawyer appointed to sell the possessions of Curt Schilling's now defunct gaming company, 38 Studios, wants to delay the auction, Providence Journal reports.
The liquidation auction was set in September for Nov. 14-15. According to Land, interest in the company's assets have been greater than expected. Land will ask permission to delay the sale for a few weeks from a Rhode Island Superior Court judge.
Included in the sale will be assets for Project Copernicus, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game that never shipped, and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning.
For more on the decline of Schilling's studio, which laid off its entire staff in May 2012 and declared bankruptcy shortly after, check out our comprehensive StoryStream.