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Bully 2: Everything we know about the rumored sequel

Bully 2 has long-been rumored to be in development. Sadly, Rockstar has had its hands full with GTA 5, GTA Online, and Red Dead Redemption 2 – not to mention the development of GTA 6. But still the rumors and leaks persist, largely because Bully 2 has been known to be in production at one time or another in the 16 years since the first Bully game. 

So, what would a new Bully game look like in the modern era? After looking at all of the leaks surrounding the cancelled Bully 2, the rumors, and after compiling our own wishlist, below you’ll find everything you need to know – and everything we’d like to see – should Bully 2 ever become a reality.

 Bully 2 rumors 

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Bully 2 concept art  

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Bully2Info (opens in new tab). 

It shows a number of characters that look ripped straight out of Bully’s universe, including your typical dork, a veteran survivalist based on Jack Torrance from The Shining, goths, clowns, moonshine-drinking moms and dodgy-looking tennis players. The concept art also showcased a pocket of rural American suburbia, with leaks suggesting a change in location for the sequel. A collection of as of yet unsubstantiated rumors can be found on the /R/Bully 2 Reddit (opens in new tab), where it is claimed the sequel was going to have Jimmy living with his stepfather after the events of the first game, visiting a summer camp and dealing with step-siblings. It is not clear whether the project was cancelled or if it’s still in development now.

Bully 2 leaks 

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Bully 2 Game Awards 2021 reported cancellation

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(Image credit: Rockstar)

According to leaker Tom Henderson, a sequel to Bully, Rockstar’s slightly more PG-13 take on the GTA formula, “was expected as a potential surprise reveal” at the Game Awards 2021. Henderson claims that sources had “been shown some material alluding to a reveal soon,” including a game in a playable state, but that “information is a bit blurry at the moment.”

Bully 2 wishlist

1. Learn from past Rockstar games 

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2. Take us to a rich new setting 

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3. Add more period-appropriate factions 

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4.  Multiple protagonists

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5. Mischief mechanics 

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(Image credit: Rockstar)

The first game was littered with mechanics to help Jimmy cause chaos at Bullworth, from slingshots to stink bombs and bags of marbles to trip Jocks up. Yet if the game does jump forward to University, there’s scope to implement almost Persona-esque side rackets and jobs, as well as new throwable objects, weapons and mediums of engagement to make a name for yourself on campus. We’ve seen in GTA Online and Chinatown Wars that Rockstar know how to give players side jobs like running their own companies, nightclubs and motorcycle gangs.

No doubt there’ll be some sort of allusion to drug use and sale if Bully 2 sees the light of the day, especially if it decides to make the jump to college. In any case, a new suite of mischief mechanics, from 4K 60 FPS swirlies to paper aeroplanes and everything in between would really add some depth to the game. Naturally, there were no guns in Bully, so Rockstar had to get experimental with the limitations, and it worked really well, with ridiculous weapons like bags of dog poop, potato cannons and dodgeballs making the cut. The mind races as to what could come up with for the sequel.


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Bully 2: Everything we know about the rumored sequel

Bully 2 has long-been rumored to be in development. Sadly, Rockstar has had its hands full with GTA 5, GTA Online, and Red Dead Redemption 2 – not to mention the development of GTA 6. But still the rumors and leaks persist, largely because Bully 2 has been known to be in production at one time or another in the 16 years since the first Bully game. 
So, what would a new Bully game look like in the modern era? After looking at all of the leaks surrounding the cancelled Bully 2, the rumors, and after compiling our own wishlist, below you’ll find everything you need to know – and everything we’d like to see – should Bully 2 ever become a reality.
 Bully 2 rumors 

Bully 2 concept art  

Bully2Info (opens in new tab). 
It shows a number of characters that look ripped straight out of Bully’s universe, including your typical dork, a veteran survivalist based on Jack Torrance from The Shining, goths, clowns, moonshine-drinking moms and dodgy-looking tennis players. The concept art also showcased a pocket of rural American suburbia, with leaks suggesting a change in location for the sequel. A collection of as of yet unsubstantiated rumors can be found on the /R/Bully 2 Reddit (opens in new tab), where it is claimed the sequel was going to have Jimmy living with his stepfather after the events of the first game, visiting a summer camp and dealing with step-siblings. It is not clear whether the project was cancelled or if it’s still in development now.
Bully 2 leaks 

Bully 2 Game Awards 2021 reported cancellation

(Image credit: Rockstar)
According to leaker Tom Henderson, a sequel to Bully, Rockstar’s slightly more PG-13 take on the GTA formula, “was expected as a potential surprise reveal” at the Game Awards 2021. Henderson claims that sources had “been shown some material alluding to a reveal soon,” including a game in a playable state, but that “information is a bit blurry at the moment.”
Bully 2 wishlist
1. Learn from past Rockstar games 

2. Take us to a rich new setting 

3. Add more period-appropriate factions 

4.  Multiple protagonists

5. Mischief mechanics 

(Image credit: Rockstar)
The first game was littered with mechanics to help Jimmy cause chaos at Bullworth, from slingshots to stink bombs and bags of marbles to trip Jocks up. Yet if the game does jump forward to University, there’s scope to implement almost Persona-esque side rackets and jobs, as well as new throwable objects, weapons and mediums of engagement to make a name for yourself on campus. We’ve seen in GTA Online and Chinatown Wars that Rockstar know how to give players side jobs like running their own companies, nightclubs and motorcycle gangs.
No doubt there’ll be some sort of allusion to drug use and sale if Bully 2 sees the light of the day, especially if it decides to make the jump to college. In any case, a new suite of mischief mechanics, from 4K 60 FPS swirlies to paper aeroplanes and everything in between would really add some depth to the game. Naturally, there were no guns in Bully, so Rockstar had to get experimental with the limitations, and it worked really well, with ridiculous weapons like bags of dog poop, potato cannons and dodgeballs making the cut. The mind races as to what could come up with for the sequel.

#Bully #rumored #sequel

Bully 2: Everything we know about the rumored sequel

Bully 2 has long-been rumored to be in development. Sadly, Rockstar has had its hands full with GTA 5, GTA Online, and Red Dead Redemption 2 – not to mention the development of GTA 6. But still the rumors and leaks persist, largely because Bully 2 has been known to be in production at one time or another in the 16 years since the first Bully game. 
So, what would a new Bully game look like in the modern era? After looking at all of the leaks surrounding the cancelled Bully 2, the rumors, and after compiling our own wishlist, below you’ll find everything you need to know – and everything we’d like to see – should Bully 2 ever become a reality.
 Bully 2 rumors 

Bully 2 concept art  

Bully2Info (opens in new tab). 
It shows a number of characters that look ripped straight out of Bully’s universe, including your typical dork, a veteran survivalist based on Jack Torrance from The Shining, goths, clowns, moonshine-drinking moms and dodgy-looking tennis players. The concept art also showcased a pocket of rural American suburbia, with leaks suggesting a change in location for the sequel. A collection of as of yet unsubstantiated rumors can be found on the /R/Bully 2 Reddit (opens in new tab), where it is claimed the sequel was going to have Jimmy living with his stepfather after the events of the first game, visiting a summer camp and dealing with step-siblings. It is not clear whether the project was cancelled or if it’s still in development now.
Bully 2 leaks 

Bully 2 Game Awards 2021 reported cancellation

(Image credit: Rockstar)
According to leaker Tom Henderson, a sequel to Bully, Rockstar’s slightly more PG-13 take on the GTA formula, “was expected as a potential surprise reveal” at the Game Awards 2021. Henderson claims that sources had “been shown some material alluding to a reveal soon,” including a game in a playable state, but that “information is a bit blurry at the moment.”
Bully 2 wishlist
1. Learn from past Rockstar games 

2. Take us to a rich new setting 

3. Add more period-appropriate factions 

4.  Multiple protagonists

5. Mischief mechanics 

(Image credit: Rockstar)
The first game was littered with mechanics to help Jimmy cause chaos at Bullworth, from slingshots to stink bombs and bags of marbles to trip Jocks up. Yet if the game does jump forward to University, there’s scope to implement almost Persona-esque side rackets and jobs, as well as new throwable objects, weapons and mediums of engagement to make a name for yourself on campus. We’ve seen in GTA Online and Chinatown Wars that Rockstar know how to give players side jobs like running their own companies, nightclubs and motorcycle gangs.
No doubt there’ll be some sort of allusion to drug use and sale if Bully 2 sees the light of the day, especially if it decides to make the jump to college. In any case, a new suite of mischief mechanics, from 4K 60 FPS swirlies to paper aeroplanes and everything in between would really add some depth to the game. Naturally, there were no guns in Bully, so Rockstar had to get experimental with the limitations, and it worked really well, with ridiculous weapons like bags of dog poop, potato cannons and dodgeballs making the cut. The mind races as to what could come up with for the sequel.

#Bully #rumored #sequel


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