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'Next version of a famous IP' in production at Rockstar


1:15 PM on 10.18.2013
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The LinkedIn profile of a Rockstar New England employee, as discovered by Kotaku, mentions that the studio is making the "Next version of a famous IP."

This is the part where we freak out, running through the back-catalog and trying to piece together what that might mean. While Rockstar New England contributed to games like Max Payne 3 and Grand Theft Auto V, it also notably worked on Bully: Scholarship Edition.

I'd take a Bully sequel and be very happy about that, but more Red Dead would be just lovely.

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