Walmart Seems To Have Leaked Several New Games Ahead Of E3 2018

E3 2018 Games Leaked by Walmart

Walmart Canada Lists Just Cause 4, Splinter Cell 2018, Borderlands 3, Gears of War 5 & More!

Considering that we're coming up to E3 2018, I wouldn't be surprised to see this batch of games be properly revealed.

While a lot of gamers will wish for this listing to be true, please take all of this with copious amounts of salt.

Listings for Splinter Cell, Borderlands 3, and Gears of War 5 aren't terribly shocking. Dragon Quest 2 is an odd one to see appearing on the list too, given that it originally released back in 1987 for NES/ Famicom.

Bethesda may have responded in a hilarious way but the fact that RAGE 2 has been leaked nearly a month before its potential announcement actually hurts the company. A new Splinter Cell has been rumored for some time and was listed by Amazon last month, Borderlands 3 has been a known quantity for some time, and, come on, it's a given Gears of War 5 is happening eventually. Also, could "Forza Horizons 5" be a typo, or is Microsoft pulling a Windows 9 and skipping an instalment? Readers should exercise a healthy skepticism around news from these accidental postings; however, the volume of unannounced and previously confirmed games might elevate this leak to some notoriety.

Many of these games make sense.

While this majority of games on the list should be treated as merely a rumor, there is no denying the flawless timing the presence some of these games could have at E3.

Other mistakes include a spelling error on Lego DC "Villans" and a listing for Dragon Quest 2, which is an NES game released in 1990.

Amongst those titles that were potentially "revealed" was Rage 2, a sequel to the 2011 first-person shooter from id Software and Bethesda Softworks. We've recently seen Ubisoft tease more Splinter Cell with the induction of Sam Fisher into the world of Ghost Recon Wildlands.

Not much else has been announced about the show just yet, but we do know that the organisers, ESA, have developed a new, more simple logo for the show this year.

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