Director of Animal crossing series deletes her Twitter account after receiving numerous critical messages

ACNH Director deletes her Twitter account after receiving numerous critical messages

Aya Kyogoku is a Japanese video game director and producer. She is the current manager of Nintendo’s Entertainment Planning & Development Group No. 5, which oversees the Animal Crossing, Splatoon, and Wii Sports franchises. Here is the bad news related to Aya Kyogoku that she has deleted her Twitter account.

The reason for the decision behind this fact is uncertain, but everything indicates that it could have happened due to the increasing popularity of the game, which made many fans of the franchise begin to follow it and send critical messages about it (such as the absence of saving in the cloud, functionality that will reach the title before the end of the year) that made her stop using the social network publicly.

Here is one of the examples:

Check out her twitter account here.

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