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Bully 2 reportedly coming in 2020 for current and next-gen consoles

Published: 7/Aug/2019 0:04 Updated: 7/Aug/2019 0:25

by Bill Cooney


A new video from YouTuber SWETGA claims the next game in Rockstar’s Bully franchise will be coming out in 2020.

The first Bully game was originally released over a decade ago but dedicated fans haven’t forgotten about the title and are patiently waiting for a sequel.

Bully fans have had to wait even longer than Red Dead fans did. Red Dead Redemption was released in 2010 and the sequel in 2018, while Bully originally came out in 2006, which would make it 14 years in between games if SWETGA’s leak is legit.

Rockstar GamesBully fans can’t wait to get back to the hallowed halls of Bullworth Academy.

When will Bully 2 come out?

The YouTuber said he has been in contact with an “Anonymous Rockstar Games insider”, who was the source of the latest Bully 2 leak.

“The way they (Rockstar) are going about this has completely changed,” SWETGA quoted his source as saying. “As it stands they are aiming to release their next game during the holiday season in 2020 (most likely October or November.)”

RockstarThe first Bully was originally released in 2006.

SWETGA’s video also claimed that Rockstar is looking to release Bully 2 on current and next-gen consoles – similar to what they did with Grand Theft Auto V.

“The motive for this is purely financial,” the source said according to the video. “Just like with GTA V on the Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

The YouTuber pointed out that this was just based on the current “state of planning” according to his insider, and he didn’t dismiss the possibility of the game being postponed.

Bully 2 leaks are slowly dripping out

Speculation about Bully 2 has been running wild recently, with fans apparently finding clues all over the place, even in the new GTA Online Casino update.

There was even talk floating around that Rockstar could reveal Bully 2 at E3 2019, but that turned out to be just a rumor as E3 came and went.

RockstarThere’s been a lot of talk about Bully 2, but absolutely nothing official (yet).

Red Dead 2 came out in October 2018, which is in a similar time frame described by the YouTuber’s Rockstar insider, and right before the holidays is when we see a lot of big games released.

Bully fans who have been patiently waiting all these years may finally have some light at the end of the tunnel, if SWETGA’s leak pans out.

League of Legends

TFT patch 10.25 to feature Talon buffs, Warwick & Moonlight nerfs, more

Published: 3/Dec/2020 7:29

by Andrew Amos


TFT patch 10.25 is on its way as the final update ahead of the Mid-Set update, and it’s set to be massive. Talon could be back on the menu, Warwick and Moonlight are getting a nerf, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

The TFT meta has stabilized after patch 10.24. No longer is it 4-1 roll down and pray, because there’s actually meaning to the early game.

That doesn’t mean there’s nothing Riot can’t improve though. With the b-patch finally going live with nerfs to Zed, Yone, and Runaan’s Hurricane, TFT patch 10.25 is going to be the big one before the year’s end. It’s the final patch before January’s mid-set update, which will shake up units, traits, and more.

Enduring Sword Talon in TFT
Riot Games
Talon could be back in TFT patch 10.25 with some damage buffs.

TFT patch 10.24b nerfs Zed, Yone, more

Before we dive too deep into TFT patch 10.25, it’s important to note some changes were made in the middle of TFT patch 10.24 that you might have missed. Zed and Yone were nerfed, alongside traits Keeper, Cultist, and attack speed item Runaan’s Hurricane.

This was to curb the power of Zed carry comps which had risen to prominence. An attack speed nerf has made them less potent, but ultimately still strong. The same goes for the rest of the nerfs, which have lightly nudged the power balance instead of major overhauls.

Moonlight the big target on TFT patch 10.25

TFT patch 10.24 had one big winner, and it was Moonlight reroll compositions. Diana and Lissandra carry have been two of the strongest picks on this patch thanks to the rolling changes.

However, on TFT patch 10.25, Riot are bringing them back in line. Because it’s easier to hit the composition, Riot have had to bring back Lissandra and Diana’s damage to be more in line with other one-cost units. While they still have the four-star mechanic, it won’t be as hard to beat.

Warwick is also set for a big nerf to his lifesteal at one and two-star to compensate for his ability overhaul last patch. This will be coupled with a Divine nerf, reducing the amount of true damage the units dish out.

Wukong, Fiora, Sylas, Xin Zhao, Evelynn, and Talon are all set for buffs, while Vi and Kayn are on Riot’s naughty list.

Diana in TFT Fates
Riot Games
Moonlight champions Diana and Lissandra are getting nerfed in TFT patch 10.25.

You can find the full set of changes below, courtesy of [email protected]. We will update this with the full patch notes once they drop on December 8.

TFT patch 10.24 preview notes


Tier 1


  • Ability AD percent increased from 225/250/275% to 250/265/280%


  • Damage increased from 200/300/450 to 250/400/600


  • Ability damage lowered from 350/450/600/800 to350/450/550/700
  • Ability secondary damage lowered from 175/225/300/450 to 175/225/275/375


  • Ability orbs lowered from 4/5/6/9 to 4/5/6/8

Tier 2


  • Damage increased from 250/400/600/1000 to 250/400/700/1111


  • Ability armor reduction lowered from 50/75/100% to 40/60/80%

Tier 3

Xin Zhao

  • Ability AD percent changed from 300/325/350% to 330/340/350%


  • Ability damage increased from 350/500/1400 to 350/600/1500
  • Ability damage multiplier lowered from 3 to 2.

Tier 4


  • Ability AD percent increased from 200/200/250% to 240/250/275%


  • Ability lifesteal lowered from 50/50/200% to 40/40/200%

Tier 5


  • Damage changed from 400/600/6666 to 375/575/6666