I do! As I follow multiple sites/blogs/twitter/instagram accounts about games, I end up seeing the same "new trailer came out" a dozen times a day, sometimes disguised with a click-bait title.
So here is my question: do you get tired of this or are you able to ignore it easily? How do you avoid this problem?
I'm asking this because I built an app to solve this problem for me and I think it would be useful to others like me. You can follow what you are hyped about and the app notifies you as soon as news comes out about it. Only once. And I don't even "steal" the site's (forum/youtuber...) credits, I simply link to them.
Would love to read your opinions on the problem and/or the solution I proposed.
It's a big name game that carries with it multiple generations of gamers. The outlets will all post the press kit assets. That's pretty much how it's always been.
When I want to see more than the same confirmed facts, I usually go to a fansite or reddit. That usually solves it for me since communities around a single topic usually filter this down to unique information/takes or topical reading.
From my own personal experience, if I'm looking for " new " information in regards to products, I try to only keep track of sources that offer good quality content instead of re-hashed info and sometimes hidden click-bait as you stated. That's purely up to the individual though and not the fault of the sources available. Most sources are all doing what they best, vomit out as much info as possible to get more traction for their sites, can't blame them really.
As a side note, if you're going out of you way to create an app to counter-act this part of human nature, kudos to you!
I wouldn't dwell on trying to change people and if it's really bothering you, then it's more to do with what distractions you have in your life and around you vs the same stale content you're manged to use as comfortable living conditions ( if that makes any sense ).
In summary, I myself maybe check Diablo 4 news once every 6 months or more since I have a million other things to either distract me at the moment or taking up my time.