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Animal Crossing: New Horizons director Aya Kyogoku is being bullied from Twitter

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She deleted her Twitter account after a long list of negative comments

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has just been released and is one of the best Nintendo Switch titles to date. In addition, the game has monthly updates where the game always gets a new piece of content that keeps the game fresh and fruity. Unfortunately, not everyone is patient and find it acceptable to scold the developers / director of the game via social media.

This is what unfortunately happened at Aya Kyogoku. Aya is the manager of No 5, the company that in addition to the Animal Crossing series also works on the Splatoon and Wii Sports games series. After a long list of negative reactions, including death threats, she removes her Twitter.

Below you can see the somewhat less intense reactions.

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