Bully 2 rumours continue to circulate - could be an early Project Scarlett/Playstation 5 title

Bully 2 rumours continue to circulate - could be an early Project Scarlett/Playstation 5 title

Platforms: Project Scarlett | Sony PlayStation 5

This appears to be the rumour that refuses to cower down - again there are reports that Rockstar are working on a Bully sequel that is set to arrive on next generation consoles in 2020 - which would likely put it in the launch window of both consoles.

The current round of 'insider' rumours suggest that the game could be a cross-generation title with a release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 also part of the plans - this is something that Rockstar did with Grand Theft Auto V, which made its debut on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 before getting an comprehensive and impressive remaster on the current generation consoles. Of course that GTA continues to thrive on the current generation thanks to GTA Online.

Previously: One thing that caught our eye in the recent Grand Theft Auto 6 leak was the news that alongside this game it is also working on Bully 2 - this one took us by surprise.

Obviously we have very little info, but the original was a great game that sadly got relegated to second-tier status in the Rockstar back catalogue. The little we have seen suggests the game will be set at College/University and will follow the protagonist of the first game - Jimmy Hopkins - taking the next step in his 'education'.

Now all we need is a next gen version of Rockstar Table Tennis to be confident that Project Scarlett and the Playstation 5 will be ushering in a classic gaming generation!

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