Numerous Genshin Impact Leakers Have Quit Twitter – Website Shut Down?
We have covered a good number of Genshin Impact leaks in the past, and miHoYo is attempting to crackdown on the leakers of their popular MMORPG, such as suing Bilibili to obtain more information. It appears that their methods may have worked as numerous leakers have quit Twitter.
Numerous Genshin Impact Leakers Have Quit Twitter
A good number of Genshin Impact leakers have reportedly quit Twitter. The more notable ones are abc64 and Sukuna, whose Twitter page can no longer be accessed. This is highly likely done to avoid getting caught by miHoYo and potentially prevent a lawsuit. Sukuna did leave behind a parting gift in the form of big chunks of information on the popular MMORPG.
Arguably the biggest one is Honey Impact, who has since shut down their Genshin Impact database website. The reason stated for the shut down is because miHoYo has been attempting to take it down. This could either be part of a settlement or simply a needed action to avoid further complications.
It seems like we may be getting a lot less leaks on the game in the near future. However, things can always change so for now, we will just keep our eyes and ears peeled out for new information.
Genshin Impact is currently available for free on the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, and PC. A Nintendo Switch port of the game coming in the near future.
Pokdepinion: I’m fairly certain we will continue to learn about more leaks on the game anyway. The biggest change here is that it may be harder to verify, or just lesser leaks overall.