Another apparent leaked screenshot of Bully 2 has surfaced and it looks incredibly similar to what has already appeared online.
Rockstar Games first released Bully, also titled as Canis Canem Edit in some locations, back in 2006. The game received further releases for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 - cementing itself as another cult classic from the game studio. However, despite years of rumors, there has been no follow-up title.
Since its release, Rockstar has given fans GTA IV, GTA V, and- but nothing in terms of news on Bully outside of statement suggesting that they would want work on it again and former employees hinting at its existence.
Thanks to seemingly leaked screenshots and info released about the game’s story, it appears as if they are working on the project again, or have been at some point. In a follow up to a recent supposed look at the game’s map, another image appeared on the game’s subreddit.
Posted by user Zuke2000, the photo appears to show a clearer look at a map with indicators for missions, school classes, locations for areas like a hospital and station, as well as a clothing store.
While plenty of subreddit members were blown away by what the map appears to look like, one in particular - IAmNoProfessionalBut - suggested that there had been a few changes from the last time fans saw a similar image.
The Redditor didn’t suggest that the newer image was fake or doctored in any way, but pointed out that some structures had been rotated, a new building had been added out of nowhere, and an obstacle of some-kind had been given more detail.
Of course, nobody is certain that these images are real or fake, but the increased speculation means that similar things will come to the forefront moving forward.
Rockstar Games have already hinted new projects - with eagle-eyed fans spotting a strange listing for a project named Bonaire, as well as the Rockstar North studio shedding their Red Dead Redemption 2 signage.
Whether this means that an annoucement for a new title is around the corner remains to be seen, but it’s clear that fans wouldn’t say no to revisiting the Bully franchise.
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