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Bully 2 and a new GTA 5 DLC revealed as part of the latest Rockstar Games leak

The GTA 5 database got leaked, and dataminers have unveiled a multitude of details about other Rockstar Games projects in development.

Bully 2 filtrado base de datos GTA 5 DLC descartado

Rockstar Games returns to the eye of the hurricane. The studio once again suffered a leak which points to some projects they have had in the works. The source comes this time from the Grand Theft Auto 5 database, which came to light through numerous leakers from the game community. Two big names have popped up above the rest of the leak, though: Bully 2 and additional content discarded for the single player mode of GTA 5.

GTA 5 and its latest leak, what data has it revealed?

According to a report by VGC, the GTA 5 code contains several files that point to some of Rockstar Games’ past and present projects. Names like Grand Theft Auto 4, Red Dead Redemption 2, and Bully 2 appear. It seems that the studio has at some point worked on the long-awaited sequel. If we take into account the sources cited by the site, already in 2019 they reported the existence of the game, canceled and whose development took place between 2010 and 2013 at Rockstar New England.

On the other hand, there are many interesting details about GTA 5 itself. The first of them refers to Trevor, one of the protagonists of the trio that shapes the game’s story mode. Apparently some files point to the character using a jetpack, a moment that was apparently part of additional content discarded for this side of the experience. Those responsible decided to reinterpret these elements directly in GTA Online. VGC points to it eventually becoming the Doomsday Heist.

It is not the only discarded thing that still has traces in its database. The leakers point out many references to a game mode with the abbreviation ‘CNC’, which refers to “Cops N’ Crooks”, an aspect that was expected to pit cops and robbers against each other in GTA Online. Bloomberg already mentioned it in July 2022. According to Jason Schreier’s sources, Rockstar decided to discard it following the death of George Floyd at the hands of US police in the summer of 2020.