Nintendo has failed to catch a break, as Splatoon 3 leaks have surfaced online, most recently showing cutscenes from the games' campaign and boss fights on September 3. The footage, which was only originally on Twitter, has now been released on YouTube, which means players may see it reposted if Nintendo decides to remove the videos.
The account claimed that cracked games of the game have been published online, but the one they attempted to download was a scam, but it's very probable that legitimate games are there.
Bros i it was a fake https://t.co/UCwG0YbNo5
There are a couple of ways for players to keep spoiler content off their social media feeds, such as watching a lot of Splatoon 3 footage for example. It's highly unlikely that you'll be recommended Splatoon 3 content because of it. Or, you may need to install plug-ins that will prevent recommended videos from being shown to you. For example, Unhook for Chrome will do the job.
If you are an avid Twitter user, you may disable any mention of Splatoon 3 from appearing on your timeline by blocking keywords and hashtags. From there, go to Mute and block. You may also block Splatoon 3, any of the characters names, and the Splatoon 3 hashtag from anyone you dont follow.