Whether you’re a hardcore parkour fanatic who wants to keep playing multitudes of parkour sequences or if you’re a newcomer to the parkour map category who just wants to practice, the Infinite Parkour map is for you. This is a really engaging map, and its biggest highlight is the fact that it’s longer than almost all other parkour maps that are currently available. The map’s length makes it a perfect fit for players who want to sit down for long periods of time and keep themselves engaged with high-quality parkour gameplay that’ll test their skills.
The Infinite Parkour doesn’t necessarily have any of the unique parkour sequences that many modern day maps come with, but it still has all the basic parkour types that players need to know about in order to play these maps proficiently. If you’re new to parkour maps, then you’ll be able to use Infinite Parkour to practice your skills over and over again until you’ve perfected the basics. On the other hand, if you’re adept at Minecraft parkour then this map will allow you to push your skills to their limits and see just how far they can go.
From time to time, the Infinite Parkour is probably going to toss extremely difficult parkour sequences toward you so we highly recommend being prepared at all times because you can never know when an incredibly difficult obstacle or jump might appear. One minor issue that lies in the Infinite Parkour map is the fact that it’ll probably get repetitive after people have played it for a while because the parkour sequences have pretty straightforward designs and the parkour types used aren’t anything out of the ordinary either. However, if you can look past the eventual repetitiveness, Infinite Parkour is a map that you’ll certainly enjoy.