Genshin Impact Developer Submits Twitter Over Leaker Names
Genshin Impact’s prosecution against leakers takes on a new development as Axios reported that they have issued another DMCA subpoena – this time asking Twitter to release personal information about three leakers. Affected users include @merlin_impact, @GenshlnWorldAnd @Xwidesall of which have amassed a following for sharing information they received from the beta test servers, as well as illegally obtained test versions of the game.
This is developer HoYoverse’s third wave of DMCA subpoenas in the past three months, the first of which targeted prominent leaker Ubatcha for her leaks published on Discord. The second wave targeted two major Discord servers, which spread leaks, although it’s unclear if the platform ever responded to the subpoenas. These were all filed through the California District Court by Cognosphere, the global publisher of HoYoverse, hence their ability to target international channels.
Related: How to solve Memories of the Eternal Oasis embed puzzle in Genshin Impact
Since the information about the subpoenas circulated, the number of leaks circulating on the internet has decreased significantly. Information that usually arrives weeks in advance was sparse, inaccurate, or missing entirely, and even the popular subreddit r/Genshin_Impact_Leaks was quiet during the v3.6 beta launch.
reporter Stephen Totilo confirmed that Twitter has yet to comment on the situation, but quick-thinking leakers have begun deleting their accounts or making their content private. The horizon for leaks seems bleak, but stubborn individuals will always find a way — especially in countries with lax copyright laws. For now, eager players will have to wait a little longer to see what’s coming in Genshin Impact, the next update, and beyond.
To help you explore the desert 100 percent, check out our guide on how to solve the checkerboard puzzle in Safhe Shatranj in Genshin Impact here in Pro Game Guides.
https://progameguides.com/genshin-impact/genshin-impact-developer-subpoenas-twitter-for-leaker-names/ Genshin Impact Developer Submits Twitter Over Leaker Names