Whenever these kinds of listings happen, be it accurate or not, publishers tend to stay relatively quiet, offering nothing more than a carbon copy statement about not commenting on rumors or speculation. 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. We're also going to see Borderlands 3 get a proper reveal - maybe at either Sony or Microsoft's presser, since 2K doesn't have its own showcase. Dragon Quest 2 is one we can't be sure about as it doesn't fit with the current naming conventions used in the series.
Games like LEGO DC Villains and a new Splinter Cell have been previously rumored to come out some time this year, with Splinter Cell even receiving another retail listing on Amazon. Well, we may have just received a big, juicy hint, as somebody at Walmart Canada took leave of their senses this morning, adding a whole mess of unannounced games to the pre-order section of their website. If you go to their website now, you can't find any of the games that were shown in the screenshot.
Video game stories from other sites on the web. There were rumblings previous year of a Rage 2 that didn't quite come to fruition, but Bethesda have always said that Rage is an important IP to them.
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And speaking of devices, now that Android Things 1.0 is here, we should start to see devices powered by it hit store shelves. That means Android Auto will probably get some keynote time, and it could be getting a whole lot more powerful.
It's also worth noting that few of Sony's first-party titles nor anything from Capcom appears on that list. We've recently seen Ubisoft tease more Splinter Cell with the induction of Sam Fisher into the world of Ghost Recon Wildlands.
There are also a couple of head-scratchers, like Dragon Quest 2 and Forza Horizon 5 - the last game was Forza Horizon 3, for instance.