Rockstar Games title ‘Bonaire’ refused classification in Australia

Yolanda Curtis
August 21, 2019

A Rockstar project called "Bonaire" has been refused classification in Australia, which means it's effectively banned in the country.

But the concern is the release of the game on other platforms such as Pc, Red Dead Redemption is expected to be on Pc.

There's no guarantee that Bonaire is connected to Red Dead Redemption in any way, though - it could be something entirely new.

Fans believe that the announcement could be about "GTA 6" or "Bully 2".

Red Dead Redemption 2 is massively appreciated in consoles and Rockstar Games already planned it for other platforms.

One of the long-awaited games is the Grand Theft Auto VI (GTA VI or GTA 6) and fans are always on the lookout for new leaks, rumors and official talks about it. Bonaire is also an island in the Caribbean, albeit one far to the south - close to Tortuga and Venezuela, whereas Guarma is in a chain of smaller islands above the Dominican Republic. Unless Rockstar is moving offices it seems there may be something in the works for Rockstar. A Bully sequel? Hopefully we'll find out more soon.

While there has been an ample amount of GTA 6 rumors and speculation for the last couple of years, fans have not been talking about another Rockstar game as much.

The thought is that Rockstar is ready to market its next game, just as soon as it's been announced. It is worth noting that Rockstar Games releases have been a generation-defining. But Maybe Rockstar Games could follow the same tradition as they did in GTA 5.

Gamescom 2019 could be where we get our first information about GTA 6.

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