Bully

As you all know Bully came out a long time ago, and it became a fan favourite. People are still waiting for a sequel to Bully but unfortunately, even after 13 years it still hasn’t dropped. However, today we will go through some “news” and casting calls about Bully 2. 

Firstly, we covered the rumour about a Rockstar Games employee who reportedly wrote “Bully 2 is indeed in development” on all the bully-related videos. Now, Alex Martens (the supposed employee who commented on videos) came out and debunked the rumour.

Next up are the casting calls from Pinewood Studios, there are seven casting calls in total. One of the casting calls mentioned the role of a college professor which makes many fans think it’s for Bully 2. But, Jessica Jefferies, the casting director who specializes in performance capture for video games replied to a fan that it wasn’t for Bully 2. Also, a former insider at Rockstar Games “Yan2295” said that Bully will be the next game to get a sequel after Red Dead Redemption.

The description of the casting calls reads:

“Mild violence and profanity will be used in scenes with the young performer. The project itself is a thriller/drama and all scenes with the young performer will be handled with sensitivity.”

Lastly, the leaked concept arts for Bully 2 which surfaced on the internet. There has been no official statement from any of the Rockstar employees regarding the concept arts.

Bully 2 concept art

There were a few prototypes carnival games art as well which leads to more speculations, and Rockstar is known to keep quiet until the game is halfway done in development. Let’s wait until the performance capture is done in Pinewood Studios who knows they might come out with a surprise.

Hopefully, Rockstar makes a sequel to Bully because it’s one of their biggest hits and it would be a shame for the game to die on a single instalment.

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