The next game Rockstar will not be GTA 6, but a mysterious project related to Bully, the action adventure set in the school world
GTA 6 is one of the most anticipated PS4 games ever, but according to the latest rumors will not be Grand Theft Auto Rockstar game on which to focus your eyes in the coming months.
After Red Dead Redemption 2, which will be released on October 26, 2018, the software house could announce another interesting sequel, but it will have little to do with GTA VI, whose release is scheduled for 2020.
Bully 2: the expected sequel to the Rockstar game arrives
The new Rockstar game coming soon could be Bully 2, sequel to the 2006 game of the same name on PS2.
The news emerged this week when several rumors reported that GTA 6 developers may be working on another PEGI 18 title.
A series of announcements regarding casting for “a new unidentified videogame of one of the leading UK game developers, to be filmed at Pinewood Studios” have arrived online, arousing quite a few suspicions about the mysterious game in question.
A game that seems to be just Bully 2, a sequel to the school life simulator on the verge of incorrectness published in 2006. The basic clues are about casting research for young roles, with placement name data for the various roles of the characters (so spoiler proof, being test names).
Other details on the project, which would further mark the connection with Bully II, concern the “presence of slight violence and obscenity in the dialogues concerning young actors”. The project is described as a thriller/drama and all the scenes with the young performer will be managed taking into account the sensitivity given by the young age of the performers.
Castings also extend to adulthood, where Rockstar is looking for “older voices for university professors”. In short, the identikit of the mysterious game by Rockstar leaves very few doubts about it: if we join this mysterious casting call at the release of Red Redemption 2 you’re done.
The studio has now the next headline, and should already be working on a new game to be proposed in the next year. Something is boiling, even though Rockstar lacks an official announcement about it.
If you are curious about the new Rockstar game, you can always recover the old Bully on PlayStation 4 through the PlayStation Store: searching its name in the store you can buy the first chapter and recover the original atmosphere for the modest sum of 14.99 dollars. A way to prepare for the future, which could see the title Rockstar debut on PS5, ready for the new generation.