Ouya’s New 12-Month All Access Pass SOLD OUT
Creators of one of the most interesting products of Kickstarter, the cute little micro-console Ouya, cheered their fans with the release of new all-access pass for their games for just $60 a year. But this generous pass has already completely sold out, after just a day.
For $60, you’d get one year of unlimited access to all games from Ouya’s library, which contains more than 800 games.
This pass covers “one-time purchases under $30 such as full-game unlocks and level-pack add-ons,” but does not include downloadable content for the games, such as extra lives and power-ups.
Ouya launched this limited offer on Monday, June 30th, and for just one day, by the time of morning of Tuesday, July 1st, it was completely sold out.
Ouya hasn’t specified how many subscriptions were sold, or how many were originally available, so it is unknown whether this marketing campaign was successful, or not.
It has yet to bee seen if people from Ouya will release more All-Access Passes like this one, in the future. But one thing is for certain, offers like this are definitely going to boost Ouya’s popularity.
Because paying the price of one better PC or Xbox game for all the games from Ouya’s library is definitely a great deal. Especially, as more major releases like Double Fine’s Broken Age join the Ouya library, buying this pass will be one of your best decisions this year.
The only known thing about new release of All-Access Pass is that Ouya is now taking emails from interested people, in order to notify them if and when they will release the new All-Access service.
“OUYA All-Access is a pilot subscription program we’re offering to new and existing OUYA users for a limited time only,”
“For the price of one console game, players receive access to the entire OUYA catalog of more than 800 titles, for a full year. It’s just one of many things we’re exploring to give players the best value, and developers the best visibility. Results of this test will dictate if and how we proceed with an official subscription program.”