Infinite Air with Mark McMorris Pulling Halloween Vanishing Trick

Published: October 13, 2019 2:00 PM /


Infinite Air

If you've ever wanted a chance to snowboard with Mark McMorris then you'll need to pick up Infinite Air with Mark McMorris before it gets delisted on October 31st.

Publisher Maximum Games has announced that Infinite Air with Mark McMorris will be getting delisted on Halloween by using their Steam Discussion page for the game. Maximum Games doesn't give a reason as to why they'll be delisting the game, however the most likely reason in many of these cases relates to the soundtrack. Infinite Air with Mark McMorris features a licensed soundtrack that contains songs from bands like The Spits, Electric Youth, Beach Slang, Future Islands, and more. In this case, it could also be that Maximum Games no longer has the rights to use the likeness of Olympic snowboarder Mark McMorris himself, or maybe one of the other professional snowboarders featured in the game. Likewise, if there are any brand names in the game, those too could be the reason why.

Whatever the case, this will be your last chance to purchase the game. Thankfully, it's on sale for 90% off, so if you ever wanted it then you can grab it for the low price of $2.99. Infinite Air with Mark McMorris originally launched on October 25th, 2016. It was notable for beating Ubisoft's Steep to the market by a couple of months, making Infinite Air the first open world snowboarding game. Unfortunately, while it may have done that, the game didn't review very well and currently maintains a Metacritic score of 50. Many of the reviews note a steep learning curve and clumsy controls. Still, if the game interests you, the time to grab it would be now before it disappears.

Have you played Infinite Air with Mark McMorris? Got any thoughts or feelings on the game? Looking to grab it before it's gone forever? Let us know in the comments below!

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