Is Rockstar Games Preparing The Announcement of GTA VI or Bully 2?

The banner promoting the game Red Dead Redemption 2 at Rockstar North has been removed. Multiple gamers believe they are preparing for GTA VI or Bully 2?

From the building, which is the headquarters of Rockstar North, the advertisement promoting the game Red Dead Redemption 2 has been removed. According to gamers, this means that Rockstar Games is preparing to promote their next title. Could this be a GTA VI or Bully 2 announcement?

Rockstar North is a producer of video games responsible for creating very successful games such as the Grand Theft Auto series or the puzzle-platformer video game, Lemmings. From the facade of the company’s headquarters, which is located in Scotland’s Edinburgh, the advertisement for Rockstar Game’s Red Dead Redemption 2 has recently been removed.

According to a big amount of GTA fans, this may mean that the graphics promoting the next part of this series will take place very soon. There are also voices on the internet forums that Rockstar North will maybe start promoting Bully 2 on its building.

It is possible that Rockstar North is preparing for another advertising campaign, but it is also possible that cleaning and repairing works are being carried out on the company’s building, and that the photo of the Red Dead Redemption 2 advertisement does not mean anything.

Some of the GTA fans believe that it is too early to promote the new Grand Theft Auto title in this series because GTA VI is only to be released on new generation consoles such as the PlayStation 5 or the Project Scarlett. There are also some opinions that after Rockstar North remove the Red Dead Redemption 2 ad at their headquarters that nothing new will appear in that advertising space for some time, because the GTA series facade has also been empty before.

What’s the truth? We still have to wait for the answer to this question.

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