For years there has been talk of a possible Bully 2, sequel to the controversial adventure title of Rockstar Games. Distancing itself from the classic Grand Theft Auto, the events of the game took place in an American college, putting us in the shoes of a real bully. Now an insider suggests that Bully 2 could also release after GTA 6. Check out all the information below.
Bully 2 Could Release After GTA 6
According to reports, an insider has commented that there is a real possibility of having Bully 2 one day, but only after the release of Grand Theft Auto VI in stores. Previously, the latest news from Rockstar suggested the cancellation of the sequel in 2017 to focus on other projects, including Grand Theft Auto 6.
So if a remake of the first chapter now seems out of the question, it seems however that the hopes of seeing Bully 2 someday (which, we recall, was really in the works) are not entirely faded.
Several details and concepts for the sequel to the Canis Canem Edit have leaked over the years, but it seems the project continues to be sidelined in favor of bigger, more ambitious projects that require more manpower.
According to Tez2, a historical and reliable insider of Rockstar Games, there is a possibility that the developer will return to work on Bully 2 after finishing GTA 6.
Bully 2 could be the next title from Rockstar Games after GTA 6 launches, according to an insider. pic.twitter.com/12l3qnuz4J
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The sequel has reportedly been in development for a good two years, which means there could be something to catch up on if you wanted to.
Given that Bully 2 would likely be a much smaller game than either Red Dead Redemption or GTA if the developer can figure out a way to do the title, it could help bridge the gap between an eventual RDR 3 or GTA 7. We will keep you posted.
In any case, you will remember that months ago the well-known journalist and insider Tom Henderson had also suggested that Bully 2 was initially planned as a surprise announcement at the TGA, only to then vanish into thin air.