Rockstar Games have always been widely known for their highly interactive open-world and third-person action-adventure games. Like the Max Payne series, Grand Theft Auto Series, Red Dead Series, and many more. One of those video games was Bully.
The company is considered as one of the most prominent video game creators and developers in the gaming industry, and it still serves the throne as the top video-game sellers of all time.
Rockstar Games started in 1998, increased right after taking over the GTA series from BMG Interactive, and made its presence felt among the top players of the market.
The most recent video game from the popular series of Grand Theft Auto is the 2016’s “Grand Theft Auto V,” which has sold a total of 135 million copies and it has become the best selling video-game of all time.
In the year 2006, Rockstar Games did release the controversial video game “Bully,” which was all set in the fictional town named Bullworth, and it followed the story of James “Jimmy” Hopkins, who got enrolled into the Bullworth Academy to rise through the ranks in the school and stop his bullying antics.
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Despite being very controversial and called out for its homophobic, sexual, and violent content, the game was well-received by the gamers, and it went on to sell over 1.5 million copies. The success followed it, and the game received multiple year-end editions as well.
Recently, a piece of brand new information surfaced on the internet as it has been said that it has been canceled for the third time by the Rockstar Games as they wanted to focus on more significant projects.
Here we have everything happening around the video game’s sequel based on the worst school ever from the Rockstar Games. Let’sLet’s begin.
“Tez2” and “Yan229” are considered as the most reliable sources for information, and this inside news from Rockstar Games leaking every bit of new information about their games now and then recently dropped this bomb that a sequel for Bully was once being considered in 2017 but it had to be slowed down and later canceled in 2017 for much bigger projects.
Rockstar Games is much focused on expanding its base with the ongoing popularity of Red Dead Online and GTA V Online as the online multiplayer system. With a heavy load of Grand Theft Auto VI in its hands, it is no wonder the studio is struggling to introduce some new titles to its incredible catalog.