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Bully 2 was to be announced at The Game Awards

A new report claims that 2006’s long-awaited sequel to Bully may have originally been slated for a reveal at this year’s The Game Awards.

While Rockstar hasn’t discussed a potential bully following any official title, a report suggests that not only was the game due to be presented at The Game Awards, but that its development is progressing. “bully 2 was expected as a potential surprise reveal at #TheGameAwards last week after some people saw material hinting at a reveal soon,” said respected insider Tom Henderson. tweeted. Henderson admitted that information on the game was “fuzzy at the moment”, but claims that a “playable version” exists and “there is definitely something to do with the series”.

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Originally released on PlayStation 2 in 2006, bully puts players in the shoes of James “Jimmy” Hopkins, a juvenile delinquent unwittingly enrolled at Bullworth Academy. Players control Jimmy from a third-person perspective as he strives to end bullying by working his way up the school system. bully received generally favorable reviews upon release, with some reviewers praising the game for its well-written characters and memorable missions while criticizing it for poor camera movement and unimaginative mini-games.

bully has since become one of Rockstar’s most classic and controversial games, as the developer applied the liberal aggressiveness of its Grand Theft Auto school series. Additionally, the protagonist Jimmy is more of an anti-hero than a hero, with the rebellious teenager usually winning the favor of Bullworth’s many cliques through various acts of violence. The game has also become known for its amount of secondary content.

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Following Rockstar’s recently released remastered collection, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – Definitive Edition, bully could be the developer’s next title to receive similar treatment. Considering the GTA disastrous launch of the collection, however, some fans may instead choose to stick with bullythe 2008 remastered version, Bully scholarship editionfor consoles and PC or its 2016 mobile port. In addition to bringing the game to more platforms, Stock market edition adds two-player multiplayer along with new classes, characters, missions, and unlockables.

Yes bully 2 has indeed been discarded in 2019, fans may have to settle for another potential remaster of the original. Earlier this year GTA and Red Dead Redemption publisher Take-Two Interactive has announced that it has three unannounced remasters on the way. Listed in a section titled “New iterations of previously released titles”, remasters could include bullybut the publisher warned, “It is likely that some of these titles will not be developed to completion, or that some will be delayed, and we may also add new titles to our slate.”

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