Walmart Accidentally Leaks Borderlands 3 And Rage 2 Ahead Of E3

Todd Singleton
May 10, 2018

The listings have since been taken down, but, of course, the Internet never forgets - check out the whole eye-opening collection, below (click on the image for full resolution). Some of the games on the list have already been revealed (Metroid Prime 4, Super Smash Bros., The Division 2 to name a few), but there's a lot here that is completely new.

Gearbox has heavily hinted at Borderlands 3 in the past, with the thought 90 percent of the studio is focused on the game. That last one could be a placeholder for Dragon Quest Builders 2, which is a real game that Square Enix expects to launch before the end of the year.

We'll have to wait until E3 this year to see if there's any weight to this Walmart leak, but with just over a month to go now, we're likely to see plenty more rumors and leaks in the meantime. Firstly, there are multiple spelling errors like Assassins Creed (not possessive) and Forza Horizons (it's Horizon).

Find some salt and pinch it: Wal-Mart look to have accidentally just confirmed many new unannounced games in their listings.

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This "leak" has various games listed on there, some seem like actual possibilities whilst others, such as Forza Horizon 5, not so much.

It's also worth noting that few of Sony's first-party titles nor anything from Capcom appears on that list. A sequel seems like a no-brainer, but when we were going to see it was still up in the air. Splinter Cell should come as a half-surprise; Sam Fisher's return in Wildlands might have just been testing the waters.

Many of these games make sense. Simply put, we don't know for sure, but with the eyes of the gaming world set to fix on LA next month, we should have a clearer picture sooner rather than later. Is this just a case of a Walmart drone doing a bunch of insane guesswork, or is this real intel with a few errors and typos thrown in to confuse the situation?

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