Bully first came to life in 2006 by Rockstar Games. The fans dearly loved it, and 16 years later, fans still want more content or a sequel to the game. Though Rockstar has been quite tight-lipped and hasn’t done anything on the game, fans have taken the matter into their own hands. 

YouTube channel TeaserPlay has taken the reigns and created an Unreal Engine 5 version of the Bully game. And the first thing that comes to mind after watching the trailer is ‘Someone show this to Rockstar.’

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TeaserPlay has kept the original character model and environments and treated them with some beauty of Unreal Engine 5, turning the game into a new experience. And yes, the gameplay trailer on UE5 does bring nostalgia and takes us back to the days when we used to play Bully as children.

Bully was an excellent combination of inventive gameplay and a gripping plot. Players had to go through the stuffy Bullworth Academy while dealing with scornful professors and annoying bullies. It was also a heroic coming-of-age tale, as the players battled to get the respect of the various cliques at school. Although the game included witty language and challenging schoolyard scenarios, it eventually led players on a mission to defend others and put a stop to bullying.

We hope Rockstar Games takes inspiration from this and finally decides to make a much-wanted sequel of the Bully game. Also, it could be remarkable if the decision to make a remake of the original and add new content along with the already existing goodness. 

Are you guys routing for a Bully remake or sequel? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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Abdullah Waseem
News Reporter Abdullah is an avid gamer who primarily plays single-player titles. If you can't find him anywhere, he'll probably be at his desk playing The Witcher 3 for the millionth time. When he isn't playing games, he's either reading or writing about them.