The cool thing about the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is to see what the developers and publishers will be pushing out in the next few years. Some games we already know about, others we don't, and a few are some major curveballs. It is the primary stage for publishers and studios to announce their latest project and show off what they've achieved. It is a fun time for everyone. However, it seems like someone from Walmart Canada went nuts, spilled the beans, and wants to play with our hearts. More than 30 AAA titles were given placeholders on Walmart Canada's website, and thankfully, screens were captured.

You want leaks? You got 'em!

It's insane how many games were leaked in this one single posting from Walmart Canada. According to an article by TechSpot, it states that the International Business Times confirmed that the page was placed but then removed. Thankfully, Wario64 on Twitter was quick enough to screen cap everything and upload the image to the masses. There's "The Last of Us 2," "Splinter Cell," "Borderlands 3," "Super Smash Bros," "Beyond Good and Evil 2," "Metroid Prime 4," and so much more.

As incredible and mysterious this might seem, this list must be taken with a grain of salt.

Aside from the fact that these are all leaks, the one listing that sticks out like a sore thumb is "Forza Horizon 5." Not only should the game not exist for another two years, but on the listing, it's spelled with an extra S. But maybe it was a mistake that was overlooked. Maybe the person was so excited about leaking everything, they sent their dirty work into the ether without even editing anything.

Time for some shenanigans

With all of these games that have been leaked, fans having so many more questions and speculations and publishers trying to figure out what to do next. Yet, there is one publisher that's relishing the moment and that publisher is Bethesda. "Rage" came out back in 2011 and it got some decent reviews.

But, according to an article by Polygon, John Cormack (technical director for "Rage") apologized for how the game performed and then that was that. That's all she wrote for "Rage." But now with these leaks that have come about, the Twitter accounts for "Rage" and Bethesda are having some fun.

Well, so much for a surprise. At least they're making the most of it with this leak.

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This year's E3 is taking place from June 12-14 and with Walmart's game page providing leaks, everyone is desperate for answers. Some companies like Microsoft, Bethesda, and Square Enix already shared their plans for the upcoming event, but everyone else is staying on the hush-hush. And just as a reminder, take all of these leaks with a grain of salt. Heck, take it with a palm of raw sea salt, because we have no idea what's coming.