Rockstar Games has updated the Bully trademark once again, this time three times in one day on April 30, 2021.
The trademark, which has been continuously updated for years now, can be viewed online (spotted by Comicbook.com) and comes as Rockstar has begun hiring for Game Testers.
Ultimately, as the Bully trademark has been updated for years this might not mean anything in the long run and it doesn't necessarily mean the developer is working on a new game in the franchise. But, this is the first time it has been updated three times in one day, so it could mean something is happening behind the scenes.
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Since Rockstar released Red Dead Redemption 2, it hasn't been clear what Rockstar is working on whether it is Grand Theft Auto 6 or a new franchise or the sequel to Bully which was reportedly in development at one point.
The new Game Tester positions Rockstar are hiring for are believed to more likely be for the next GTA game as the positions are at Rockstar North in Edinburgh, who have lead development on the previous games in the franchise.
With their newest project entering the latter stages of development we could see a reveal sometime soon as Rockstar tends to announce their next games one to two years before they release. The team are also set to release an expanded and enhanced version of Grand Theft Auto V sometime later this year.