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Rockstar Games Website Could Be Teasing New Game

It's probably not Bully 2, but let us hope.


Let the conspiracy theories commence! Rockstar Games has updated its website with new artwork, and it could be the sign of a new project. That is, of course, unless it is a clever joke from the Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption developer.

On the official Rockstar Games website, hitting the tab in the corner will give you dropdown menu with sections on games, news, videos, and more. The background images that appear behind this information are new, however, and one of them is possibly hinting at a new game. The word "bullying" can be seen among several lines of text about "fighting the righteous" and "killing dreams."

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Rockstar website's new artwork
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It's entirely possible the wording is a coincidence, but it could be hinting at a new Bully project. According to VGC, a sequel had been in the works but was canceled fairly early in development.

One of the other images that can pop up, discovered on Reddit, shows a gold humanoid and a glass of champagne. This has seemingly nothing to do with Bully, suggesting that there are multiple unannounced games coming, that Bully 2 will be really weird, or that Rockstar's artists just had some fun with updating the website. There is a very high chance it is the latter option, but it's fun to hope otherwise.

Rockstar Games continues updates for Grand Theft Auto Online and Red Dead Redemption 2. Earlier this month, longtime executive and writer Dan Houser announced his departure. Houser had written for some of the series' biggest games, including Grand Theft Auto 5.

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