Bully 2 plans have been confirmed with GTA 6 leak, showing massive plans.
Just when it seemed as though Rockstar Games wasn’t giving out anymore information on any projects past or future, another leak has given away details regarding current and upcoming ventures.
Last summer, you may recall when unfinished GTA VI gameplay leaked onto the internet in large portions. Unfortunately, one day before its official trailer premiere was scheduled to occur online was another leak of unfinished gameplay from GTA VI released as leaked online and even more data from that initial 2022 leak has now surfaced online as a whole.
Images from this leak have begun surfacing online and fans will undoubtedly be interested to find that Bully 2 was once again mentioned – although Rockstar Games has never directly announced plans for Bully 2, evidence points towards it being in development at some stage.
Recent speculation claims Bully 2 was cancelled so Rockstar could focus on Grand Theft Auto VI instead, leading us instead to receive a port instead of full remake as many had anticipated. While these reports remain unverified, this speculation cannot be considered confirmed at this time.
Bully 2 and Red Dead Redemption aren’t the only projects affected by Grand Theft Auto; according to this new leak, many single-player DLC expansions for GTA V were likely scrapped as part of support for its online component.
Rockstar may have its sights set on GTA VI being released sometime around 2025, but we can’t help hoping Bully 2 might one day find an outlet somewhere down the line – or possibly they are simply doomed to perpetually alternate between Red Dead Redemption and GTA as one franchise?