The E3 2018 will undoubtedly bring a variety of surprise games, but a number may have leaked out of Walmart Canada's website. Then deleted lists for many unannounced games – some of which are expected, such as Borderlands 3, and others that seem incorrect, like Forza Horizon 5 – have been published on the site, as noted by Wario64 . But so far only one of them has led to a reply from the corresponding game's official Twitter account.
A game listed on Walmart's website although it has not been officially announced is Rage 2. When these types of lists happen, be careful or not, publishers tend to stay relatively quiet and offer nothing but a copy of a statement not to comment on rumors or speculation. Rage's official Twitter account had another tag:
Yes, the official Twitter account has not only acknowledged the leak, but Walmart offered some kind advice on the error of the page. It even replaced its profile picture and banner to match.
Places Bethesda's Twitter account also chimed in with a tweet and simply said "Dude." And Petes Hines, Bethesda's Marketing Manager, answered it with a tweet before he also threw in with another saying, "That's why we can not have nice things."
None of this constantly says that Rage 2 is correct, but it's an unusual but welcome pace. If it really is one of the messages that Bethesda is planning to do at its E3 press conference on June 10, it may equally benefit and download some free Twitter followers by attracting fans in the process.
The Walmart leak also aims to reveal many other games. There is a new Splinter Cell (which has been plagued), Borderlands 3 (strongly believed to be in effect), Gears of War 5, Assassin's Creed, Just cause 4 and Dragon Quest 2. Others have either typographical errors (t. For example, Lego DC Villains spelled "Villans") and Forza "Horizons" 5, although the next game in the series would be Forza Horizon 4. Dealers leaks have proven to be exact earlier but they are by no means a guaranteed source of information. This may all prove to be a letdown when none of it is announced on E3, but at least Rage's community management team found a way to have some fun with it.