Rockstar Games Working On Multiple Unannounced Projects
Following the release of Read Dead Redemption 2 and its follow-up Online mode currently live, the future goings-ons of developer Rockstar Games is now as wide open as the wild West. With little-to-no announced projects left on the horizon, plenty of speculation has been underway by fans regarding what the studio has planned for the the future.
According to a recently surfaced resume it looks like we can expect a lot from the developer, as Rockstar India Senior Animator Abhinav Raj Karanwal cites multiple “unannounced games for consoles” among their current job projects. The recent discovery was made by user “fika122” on Reddit, where it sparked speculation that one of these projects could be the long-rumored Bully sequel.
A Bully 2 wouldn’t be the most outlandish idea in the world. as quite a few rumors have regularly come out over the years contributing to the potential sequel. Over the last few months alone varying evidence has suggested something Bully-related may be happening, such as some supposed concept art, an intriguing casting call, as well as possible confirmation from Rockstar themselves,
While the above resume could easily be written off as a mistake, there’s plenty to suggest Rockstar Games still has multiple projects in the works. One game that’s almost surely in the pipeline is Grand Theft Auto 6, having been the subject of several rumors in the past and more recently being referenced by a former Rockstar employee.
What do you think? Do you think Bully 2 might be one of Rockstar’s “unannounced projects,” or are they all just Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead follow-ups? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:
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