Why can’t Bully 2, the sequel to Bully, which Rockstar Games has never announced, be released? New details on the subject have arrived.
The sequel to Bully, one of rockstar games’ most beloved productions, which was first released for PS2 in 2006, never comes. While rumors about the sequel Bully 2, which was last remastered in 2007 with scholarship edition, have been endless, new information has emerged about why the production never appeared in front of the cast.
Bully 2 producers kept running other projects
He was describing the experience of a student named Jimmy Hopkins, who was enrolled in a boarding school at Rockstar Games’ Bullworth Academy. The production, which handled many enjoyable activities such as bullying, girl fights, rush to pass classes, which could happen to everyone in an ordinary high school, managed to become one of the most popular games of that period. But in the intervening 15 years, Rockstar Games seemed to have forgotten about Bully when it released one sequel after another.
Finally, new information came in about the production, which was announced at the recent The Game Awards, but was later abandoned in some way. Accordingly, Bully 2has been in the construction stage many times in the past period. However, a number of obstacles caused the game to not get past the early development stage.
According to Game Informer’s Blake Hester, rockstar New England’s biggest problem in developing the game has been the constant assignment of many employees within the studio for other projects. Rockstar New Englandbegan work on the second game after releasing a remastered version of the game. However, many producers involved in the production of the game were shifted to L.A. Noire and Grand Theft Auto 4 projects at the time.
When Rockstar’s headquarters commissioned the producers for Max Payne 3 and Red Dead Redemption in the process, the team disbanded like freckles. Before the project was suspended, blake’s report even had a gameplay time of about 6-8 hours.
Although Rockstar Games is doing an amazing job with GTA Online, it has been a huge disappointment with GTA Trilogy – The Definitive Edition. In this sense, the fact that the company has failed in this trilogy may be good news for Bully 2. Indeed, it may be possible for the company to bring back this long-established series to keep fans happy.