A recent discovery of leaked files hints at the possible existence of a sequel to Rockstar Games’ cult classic, Bully, as well as unreleased content for Grand Theft Auto V.
The leaks, consisting of a Program Database file and a debug executable, offer a rare peek into the inner workings of game development at Rockstar. These files are crucial for debugging purposes, mapping the game’s compiled code back to its source, providing insights into various aspects of game mechanics.
Notably, fans poring over the details have found references to Bully 2, igniting discussions about a potential sequel to the 2006 hit. Bully, set in a fictional school environment, has maintained a dedicated fanbase eagerly awaiting a follow-up. The leaked files also mention other renowned titles such as Grand Theft Auto 4, Midnight Club Los Angeles, and Red Dead Redemption 2.
Furthermore, the leaks shed light on previously unseen content from “GTA V.” Among the revelations is the mention of the character Trevor using a jetpack, a concept originally slated for a story DLC but later adapted for missions in “GTA Online,” including the Doomsday Heist. Additionally, there’s a reference to the Cops ‘n’ Crooks mode, a feature rumoured to have been abandoned in 2020.
The authenticity and age of the leaked database file are currently subjects of speculation among fans and analysts. Rockstar Games, known for its tight-lipped approach to upcoming projects, has yet to issue an official statement regarding these leaks.