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HoYoverse targets Twitter to further investigate the Genshin Impact leakers

The cycle continues!

HoYoverse, the developers of the world-famous open-world RPG title, Genshin Impact have had a troublesome past of dealing with the downside of success for their game. There have been many instances when information of their game updates has gone public prematurely from some leakers on the internet. This time around, HoYoverse isn’t messing around and has filed a subpoena against Twitter regarding the information of the leakers.

The developers demand more information on the users leaking the information on Twitter

The developers, HoYoverse in the past have sued popular Chinese video streaming Bilibili when they were trying to dig up more information on the leakers who were threatening the user privacy policy of the company. The same cycle appears to be repeating itself, this time with leakers on Twitter because it seems that as they ban some leakers more of them keep on popping in short intervals, given how successful their title Genshin Impact is, it’s easier to understand why.

HoYoverse has a very strict policy against the leakers of the game and history backs this claim. A couple of months ago, HoYoverse demanded complete details about Ubatcha and filed a legal notice to the leaker who then had to face the consequences. This shows that no one irrespective of how big they are can’t escape the heat when it comes to leaking information about Genhsin Impact.

HoYoverse Twitter leakers, Genshin Impact
Image via HoYoverse

The tracks go as latest as the past month when four Genshin Impact leakers were targeted for leaking information on the Internet. Given how famous the game is, leaking this information opens up doors to a very widespread reach for these leakers who generate fame and revenue based on the views they get. However, it seems that dangers and risks are also part of the job for them because HoYoverse is on a relentless drive to wipe the leakers of their existence. It would be interesting to see how these developments would affect the morale of leakers in the future.

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