Bully 2

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Bully 2

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Yes, guys. The game itself has not been announced and information has not been officialized, however the amount of leaks and clues leave us a lot to think about.

Bully is a video game developed by RockStar (same developer of successful franchises such as Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption). As the name implies, it is about Bullying and thanks to its plot, it generated a lot of controversy even before being launched.

New data leaked in recent years, such as the possible soundtrack and concept art images of what the game could be, keep alive the hope of those who enjoyed every aspect of the game (including me).

The Game Informer (American Magazine of video games) raised to its database a game of RockStar whose name was “Bully 2: Kevin’s Back Jack.” Although this was denied, the really weird thing is that it doesn’t seem to be an accident, because they didn’t only add the name “Bully 2” but they also added the subtitle “Kevin’s Back Jack,” which makes it look like something done on purpose.

One of RockStar’s most famous and accurate leakers claimed that after RDR2 was launched, Bully 2 would be the next game of the company to be launched and would give its first signals in 2019.

A Motion Capture company that helps RockStar to create their characters opened a cast with the following concept: Academic context and mild violence. Features that curiously point to the plot of Bully.

Leaving aside the speculations, the clues that the same company has been leaving are quite clear. In his last game, RDR2, Jim Boy Calloway’s revolver has an inscription on its side that says “Canis Canem Edit” which is the name given to Bully in some European countries.

In one of the overturned carriages of the same game, there is a clear reference to the Siamese twins that are part of a show in Bully, and even a soundtrack in a mission that has nothing to do with the concept of the old west but reminds a lot more to the xylophones used in Bully.

Why would they include all these references 12 years later and in such an insistent way?

Some say that, in fact, RockStar is doing “controlled leaks,” to measure people’s reactions and create a bit of expectation, because reliving a game of 12 years is not an easy task…