Rumor: Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2 Leaked by Retailer

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In news that should surprise no one anymore, it seems another retailer has just outed a game before its existence has even been announced. This time, South African retailer BT Games seems to have outed Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2.

It’s worth noting that most retailers get early access to game announcements due to game stocking and whatnot. So there’s a chance that this is legitimate. Aside from this, the retailer also outed the Jak and Daxter HD Collection well ahead of Sony’s announcement and they were correct.

While we can file this under the rumor bin for now, I’m guessing that the likelihood of this being true is almost a lock. Could EA be revealing the game at E3? I would imagine so.

Oh, and the retailer also outed Dead Space 3 — also by EA! Yeah, nice one! I’m expecting that retail chain will be getting a call from EA very, very soon.

Source: Eurogamer

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