It looks like brick and mortar retailers aren't the only ones leaking games this E3 season. Valve's very own game distribution platform, Steam, has up a listing for Avalanche Studios' Just Cause 4.
This is most certainly a mistake, as Avalanche hasn't announced the game in any way as of this writing. A variety of the staff here at TechRaptor saw the listing in multiple spaces. Just Cause 4 appeared in the pop-up sales window upon starting up Steam, and also in the "Updates and Offers" section on the front page.
Upon clicking the listing, the front page does a refresh instead of taking you to the game's store page. After multiple refreshes, however, the Just Cause 4 tile is still there.
This news comes on top of today's earlier announcement, in which Avalanche revealed a new IP called Generation Zero. The studio is also working alongside iD Software on the sequel to Rage.
The Just Cause franchise has become a bit of a cult hit over the years, with fans falling in love with the open-world insanity the game has to offer. Some enthusiasts even went so far as to create multiplayer mods for the second and third titles, as the base experience is single-player only.
Like every year, E3 2018 is shaping up to be an absolute powerhouse. Much to our surprise, Hitman 2 has been officially announced after a leak of its existence. There are rumors of a Devil May Cry 5 reveal, Red Dead Redemption 2 pre-order details were leaked before being confirmed, and we are all but certain that Fallout 76 is an online survival game.
For more E3 coverage, be sure to check out TechRaptor's coverage hub, in which we'll be covering all of the different conferences as they happen. We also have a long list of E3 predictions for you to speculate on, and we'll be uploading our on-floor coverage there next week.