Rockstar has been on a bit of a hot-streak as of late with Red Dead Redemption 2. It has gone on to achieve a lot of commercial success and in many ways is an extraordinary achievement from Rockstar. This developer really knows how to make games with an open sandbox formula. \n \nThat's also pretty clear with their GTA series. These games put the more open-ended style of gaming on the map. Ever since the first GTA, Rockstar has improved on a tried and true formula. The latest game in the series was GTA 5. It's one of the best-performing games for the company in terms of sales. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=J2jy1VkdHww \n \nIt has been out for seven years now. Needless to say, fans have been getting restless for signs of a new installment. We could be getting one sooner rather than later if you believe the recent rumors circulating amongst the community. They were brought on by Rockstar changing their official logo. \n \nNow, the logo has a red, white, and blue color scheme. There are a bunch of symbols and patterns incorporated throughout as well. Trying to dissect this logo doesn't really provide meaning as far as an exact project, but the very act of the logo change is what a lot of people are focusing on. \n \nIn the past, when Rockstar was about to announce a new game, they changed their logo first. It has become their signature move that many have picked up on with this latest logo change. Is a new GTA game about to be announced? Quite possibly. And then there are those thinking that it could be an announcement for Bully 2. The original Bully is such a beloved game, going on to achieve a cult-like following. \n \nEven though the game's sequel has been teased here and there over the years, nothing has materialized. That might change according to those who've analyzed the words in the logo. One of the phrases is 'Bullying the weak'. That could be Rockstar showing their hand to die-hards. \n \nAs of right now, Rockstar hasn't responded to inquiries and there are no details as far as when they'll make an official announcement. Still, if you're a Bully or GTA fan, the logo change shows a lot of promise. There just might be light at the end of the tunnel for one of these major franchises. For now, we'll just have to keep our fingers crossed and hope that Rockstar doesn't keep us in the dark for too much longer.