Rockstar Games is known for being incredibly secretive when it comes to its upcoming projects, but if a source supposedly close to the developer is to be believed, the studio's follow-up project to the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2 will please all those fans who have been waiting for a long-awaited sequel to Bully.
Following the recent leak of some alleged Agent concept art, GameZone reached out to a source who supposedly has knowledge about the inner workings of Rockstar Games in an attempt to find out more. The source states that Bully 2 has in fact been in development for quite some time and will likely to be the next Rockstar game to be released following the launch of Red Dead Redemption 2, though it is not known which Rockstar studio is in charge of the project.
Interestingly, the source also states that the recently leaked Bully 2 concept art is indeed legitimate, which will undoubtedly add fuel to the longstanding rumors that Rockstar intends on revisiting the Bully world at some point in the future.
The source also had news to share regarding the studio's long-dormant Agent, saying that the aforementioned leaked concept art is also legitimate though it is unclear when it was made. When asked to explain some details about the concept art, the source was reluctant to share any, as the stealth action game is in fact still in development at Rockstar in some capacity. While the leaked art is the latest nugget of evidence suggesting that Agent isn't dead, the source did say that Rockstar Games will be focusing on Bully 2 first after Red Dead Redemption 2 is released in 2018, thus fans shouldn't expect any Agent announcements any time soon.
While this Bully 2 and Agent news will undoubtedly be incredibly exciting for fans who have waited a long time for both games, it is best to approach these reveals from the supposed Rockstar source with a large grain of salt until official announcements come from the studio itself. With Red Dead Redemption 2 the only confirmed title for the studio in the near future, hopefully Rockstar will pull the curtain back on some of its other projects soon and confirm - or deny - the existence of Bully 2 and Agent.