For those who don’t remember The Ouya, it was one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns that led plenty of gamers eagerly waiting for its launch. But it was launched with poor reviews and a lack of content to bring newcomers to the hardware.
It didn’t come to much surprise that the console would eventually cease production shortly after but instead of dying completely, Razer decided to purchase the rights and kept those who had the console running for a few more years.
Razer obviously couldn’t provide the content and service upkeep forever, and with only a handful of users on the system, it seems that the Ouya has been set to rest, as Razer announced that the console would no longer have a functioning service next month.
That means on June 25, 2019, almost everything will stop working, meaning that players won’t be able to download video games or access applications.