Little Orbit has put out a Tweet stating that all of its Adventure Time games will be delisted from digital storefronts on March 31st, though a reason for why hasn’t been given. Usually delisting occurs when a license expires. If you already own a digital copy of Adventure Time titles you’ll still be able to access the games through your game library. If you’ve been waiting to buy an Adventure Title game then you’ll have to do so by March 31st, or find a physical copy somewhere.
The time has come to say goodbye to our Adventure Time titles. At midnight Pacific on 3/31/2018 we will be removing these from Steam, XBLA, and PSN. For a short time we are running a final Steam sale for 25% off. #adventuretime https://t.co/t9dDL6zDUQhttps://t.co/jU2tjRXdfU
— Little Orbit (@littleorbit) March 24, 2018
As well as being removed from Steam, Xbox Store, and PS Store the Adventure Time titles will also be removed from the PS Now streaming service. This delisting will only affect Adventure Time games developed by Little Orbit, so will not affect the upcoming Adventure Time: Pirates of the Enchiridion, which has been developed by Climax Studios.