Rockstar Games Possibly Teased Bully 2 by Changing Website Logo

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A possible Bully 2 tease has appeared on the Rockstar Games website. Rumours began to circulate earlier this month that the long-awaited sequel to the 2006 Rockstar hit will not only be released but also be announced soon.

Since then, interesting rumours have surfaced saying that Rockstar Games is working on Bully again, but that it would be a remaster of the first game rather than a sequel. Unfortunately, there is no way to tell who is correct and who is incorrect at this time. It’s also possible that both of them are incorrect. Whatever the situation may be, there now appears to be even more proof that something is going on with the show.


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Fans of the Rockstar Games series have noticed that the Rockstar Games website has been updated with a new logo, the same one that was used by the studio at E3 2005, just before the original title was announced. On the surface, this appears to be a hint that something is going on with Bully, but this cannot be confirmed for the time being.

Rockstar Games is known for altering its logo from game to game. In Red Dead Redemption 2, for example, Rockstar switches to a red and black logo. This isn’t exactly the same as the last example, but it’s close enough.

Regrettably, all we have right now is an assumption. Rockstar Games has not responded to this rumour in any way as of this writing, and we don’t expect that to change very soon. It hasn’t commented on anything related to Bully or Bully 2 so yet, and it doesn’t comment on rumours, reports, leaks, or anything else of a speculative or unofficial nature in general. We will, however, update the article if it breaches the custom of silence. Meanwhile, as usual, feel free to leave a comment or two to let us know what you think.

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