GTA 6 in advanced development caused Bully 2 to be canceled from Rockstar Games

GTA 6 in advanced development caused Bully 2 to be canceled from Rockstar Games
GTA 6 returns in the rumors, although even in this case everything should be taken as simple statements of alleged insiders, but the new information is interesting also because it implies the actual existence of Bully 2 and its cancellation by Rockstar Games for to be able to focus efforts on the new chapter of GTA and on Red Dead Redemption 2.

The information comes from two alleged insiders specializing in Rockstar Games issues, known as Tez2 and Yan2295, quite active on Reddit, but with sources like that obviously we can't take anything seriously.

These new testimonials basically echo what had already emerged last year, when we reported that Bully 2 had been canceled by Rockstar Games after 18 months of development, expanding the matter a bit and including the pivotal role of GTA 6 in the story.

Based on the reports of the two, it appears that Bully 2 was already in u development was quite advanced, but around 2018 it was definitively canceled in order to allow Rockstar Games to support the enormous efforts required by the development of Red Dead Redemption 2 but also of GTA 6.

It would have been the third time the project was put on hiatus, after the same thing had already happened in 2009 and 2013 according to the insiders, but in this case the decision seems to have been more definitive.

As for GTA 6, according to these insiders it seems to have been in development for a long time now and may have reached a state of completion of 60 or 70%: the reconstruction in question reports that the pre-production of Grand Theft Auto 6 has already started in 2015 and from there it would have continued first at a limited regime for contemporary works on Red Dead Redemption 2 and subsequently with more intensity, which would suggest its release not far away.

This last information, however, clashes with what is reported by other even rather authoritative voices such as Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier, who reported that development on GTA 6 is still in the initial stages and will only arrive in a a long time.