Rockstar Games’ New Leaks Reveal Scrapped Projects for Grand Theft Auto 5 and Bully 2
Fans of Rockstar Games have recently been made aware of new leaked database files from Grand Theft Auto 5, unveiling some of the studio’s canceled ventures, including a potential story DLC that would have revolved around Trevor and an unreleased sequel for Bully 2.
Grand Theft Auto 6 Announcement Draws Attention To Scrapped Projects
As Rockstar Games gears up to finally unveil the much-anticipated Grand Theft Auto 6, the leaks have brought to light the previous game’s lack of story DLC, surprisingly in contrast to the previous title’s successful releases.
Ever since Grand Theft Auto 5 was released, players have been eager to learn whether there will be an expansion to the game. The presence of three memorable main characters and a slew of intriguing side characters hinted at the possibility of further story content. However, Rockstar’s focus took a turn towards enhancing and maintaining GTA Online in the aftermath of the game’s release, leaving fans to question the potential for additional story content.
Uncovering Rockstar’s Scrapped Plans in Grand Theft Auto 5
Gamers uncovered a database file in Grand Theft Auto 5 that exposed Rockstar’s unfulfilled endeavors. This file paralleled some of Rockstar’s other projects after the game’s release, including scrapped plans for Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA 4, Midnight Club Los Angeles, and Bully 2, confirming the existence of a canceled sequel.
Cancelled Plans for Grand Theft Auto 5
Despite fan anticipation, the immense popularity of GTA Online led to the swap of potential story DLC for more updates to the online component. This shift in prioritization resulted in the potential Bully 2 project also being scrapped. Rumors swirled around a potential sequel for the game, but to no avail as Rockstar reportedly shifted its focus elsewhere.
Speculations for Rockstar’s Future Projects
The canceled plans for Bully 2 shed light on the potential for future developments by Rockstar Games, beyond its known franchises like Grand Theft Auto 6 and Red Dead Redemption 2. The question remains about what projects the studio may have in the works and how long fans will need to wait to experience them.
Grand Theft Auto 5 remains one of the most successful open-world titles of the 2010s with its ambitious gameplay and immersive world. Whether players can anticipate further story DLC or an entirely new game from Rockstar Games, the future holds the potential for exciting ventures.
Source : gamerant.com