World News – US – GTA 6 release plans helped cancel a Rockstar sequel ahead of PS5 and Xbox Series X coverage


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A number of large projects reportedly resulted in Rockstar Games canceling Bully 2, with GTA 6 and Red Dead Redemption 2 taking center stage.

This is the latest rumor about the structure and development of the next Grand Theft Auto game, which is now guaranteed to be available on PS5 and Xbox Series X instead of last-generation consoles.

Fans have long been waiting for an update from Rockstar to GTA 6, which has only released a limited number of games in the past decade. Although no major publications have been published in the past decade, there is still a lot of work done behind the scenes.

GTA 5 and GTA Online are still the most popular products. New content is released regularly while Red Dead Online is still supported.

And with Grand Theft Auto 5 arriving on PS5 and Xbox Series X later this year, there seems little chance of GTA 6 arriving in 2021.

Recent reports suggest it will be announced in 2022, though it’s always difficult to predict what Rockstar will do next.

But something new released this week suggests that Rockstar Games has been working on GTA 6 for a lot longer than expected.

Rockstar Insider Tezfunz posted the update on the GTA forums, revealing that production may have started in 2015. While work may have started around this time, that doesn’t mean the development team didn’t have other priorities.

Other large projects were also in the works, including Red Dead Redemption 2 and Bully 2, the latter that was never announced.

According to Tez, Bully 2 was canceled back in 2017, which is likely related to the release schedule for GTA 6 and Red Dead 2.

The message posted by Tez reads, « I suspect GTA 6 was still in pre-production in 2015, so development probably didn’t begin until 2016 or 2017, but shortly after that the pace slowed due to RDR2 increasing focus and bully 2.

« The latter was canned in 2017, so I assume they did this to focus on GTAVI. ”

Another insider, Yan2295, who is no longer disclosing information about the company, announced an update on Reddit stating that the information regarding the cancellation of Bully 2 in 2017 was correct.

Both sources have proven to be very reliable in the past, but messages like this must always be received with a pinch of salt.

Rockstar Games has been linked to a number of different GTA 6 speculations over the past 12 months, mostly related to the end of the new game and the timing of its release.

The only downside to all of this is that the latest news from sources suggests that GTA 6 is still years away from launch.

Unless something changes, the release date of Grand Theft Auto VI is expected to be announced in the second half of 2021 at the earliest.

And even after that, the game may not hit shelves until 2022, which is the longest wait for a Grand Theft Auto game.

Filling this gap will be a next generation version of GTA 5 and various expansions for GTA Online.

Other recent rumors have linked Rockstar Games to a number of projects, including Bully 2.

Another is the development team working on the GTA IV Complete Edition for PS5 and Xbox Series X..

This is still far more wrong than recent Bully 2 news, but it’s not the best news if you’re looking to play the sequel.

There have been some reports of a Bully sequel that is in development just so the project never comes about.

With GTA Online’s continued popularity, it’s hard to gauge how likely it is to see Bully 2 on PS5 and Xbox Series X..

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