With Red Dead Redemption 2 in the rear-view mirror, rumors have been running rampant about what's next from Rockstar Games. Due to the size of the studio's games, it seems like it focuses on one major project at a time, but if a recently-discovered Rockstar employee resume is any indication, the company is currently working on multiple unannounced games.
Animator Abhinav Raj Karanwal, who works at Rockstar India and contributed to the critically-acclaimed Red Dead Redemption 2, claims on his resume (found by Reddit user fika122) that he is currently working as senior animator on multiple unannounced console games. Further details beyond that are unavailable at this time, but still, the possibility that Rockstar is working on more than one game potentially means fans won't have to wait so long between releases, which is definitely exciting news.
Assuming Karanwal's claim isn't a typo or something like that, the question remains what games Rockstar is working on. Karanwal gives no indication of what the unannounced Rockstar games may be, but past leaks and rumors may give us an idea. Specifically, there are two unannounced games that Rockstar seems most likely to be developing right now.
One possibility is Bully 2. Bully 2 has been rumored for months now, with Rockstar apparently hiring voice actors to work on the game. And if it's anything like the original Bully, Bully 2 will be much smaller in scale when compared to Rockstar's other titles, so it's a bit easier to believe that a new entry in that series could be in development at the same time as a larger Rockstar game.
The other strong possibility for an unannounced game in development at Rockstar is Grand Theft Auto 6. With Grand Theft Auto 5 standing as the most profitable entertainment product of all time, GTA 6 is an inevitability. And lately, rumors about Grand Theft Auto 6 have been cropping up quite a bit, with claims that GTA 6 will be set in Vice City, with a planned release date of either 2020 or 2021.
Of course, Rockstar could have a completely different kind of project in development instead, like a new IP or a sequel to another one of its established franchises, such as L.A. Noire or Manhunt. Ultimately, fans of Rockstar's games will just have to wait for the company to be ready to share more information to know for sure what it's working on next.