Rockstar's upcoming game can be Bully 2, exclusively on Xbox One and PS4.

Will Bully 2 be released after Red Dead Redemption 2?

Although the famous American studio Rockstar might be occupying themselves with Red Dead Redemption 2's launch, there are hints that they are also preparing for a newer game.

And it is possibly a sequel of the game Bully. The information comes from several reports of people being called for casting for a triple-A game. A request implied a shooting at Pinewood Studios for an "unannounced game".

Red Dead Redemption 2
Red Dead Redemption 2 is the upcoming release by Rockstar

If this is the case, the sequel of Bully, a famous game on PS2, will be released not very long after Red Dead Redemption 2.

According to these reports, the calls requested people to play young characters, however, no one has been given their full names.

Bully 2
Bully 2 is being developed?

Details for the casting also said this would be a thriller, drama game, with a little violence involving young characters.

Some actors also revealed that there were calls requiring them to play as College Professors, this also supports the idea that it could be Bully 2.

That being said, there was no official information implying that this could be a game released by Rockstar. So please take this only as a prediction.

Yet there are more clues supporting this prediction. There were rumors talking about the progress of making Bully 2 at Rockstar.

An artwork believed to be related to Bully 2 was leaked. A trustworthy insider of Rockstar also revealed earlier this year on an online forum that they are developing Bully 2 and the game is set for release after Red Dead Redemption 2.

Traditionally, Rockstar releases a GTA game after every 5 years. However, that has been changed since this year the firm released Red Dead Redemption 2 instead of GTA VI. The success of the latest GTA game, as well as its online mode, can somewhat explain this.

GTA V has done a great job

Don't forget that if this prediction is true, it can take a little while until the game is finally released. Like, Red Dead Redemption took about 2 years of developing and "polishing" by Rockstar before it is officially launched.

However, GTA fans won't have to wait long for GTA VI if this prediction is false. Only time will tell.