Every E3 season brings its share of massive leaks. This year, however, Nintendo made it clear that it wasn’t playing nice.
Twitter user Sabi, also known as PolarPanda elsewhere, is has been a prominent figure during E3 2019. She’s so far built a reputation from leaking several prominent games before Microsoft’s Xbox presentation – such as DeathLoop and more. Apparently, she even had huge spoilers to share about Nintendo’s upcoming Direct broadcast tomorrow.
But not anymore.
According to Sabi herself, Nintendo has actually intervened with a Cease and Desist – making her legally accountable if she leaks any of that information. She reportedly received the notice from a Canadian law firm which worked with Nintendo in the past.
I have been given a cease and desist from a lawyer representing Nintendo. They have my full name and everything. This means I'm not allowed to post any private trade secrets from Nintendo co ltd. This does not mean I cannot post things from other companies, but not Nintendo.
— Sabi (@New_WabiSabi) June 10, 2019
For now, it looks like Nintendo is keeping the lid tight on its jar of juicy secrets. We’ll just have to wait until tomorrow to finally see what’s in store for the world on Nintendo Switch!