However, a recent high-profile pastebin leak also proffered a slew of details on an unannounced Rockstar project, GTA 6 . First discovered by Dexerto , the pastebin post alleges that a new Grand Theft Auto game is coming soon, and it will span previous settings from the franchise including Liberty City ( GTA 3 and GTA 4 ), Vice City ( GTA: Vice City ) and San Andreas ( GTA: San Andreas ). GTA 6 is rumored to be next-gen consoles only (i.e. PS5) so if it is on the table for Rockstar’s E3 2019 surprise then it would seem that we’d need to get some even bigger news from microsoft or Sony before then. Given that Sony isn’t even going to be at E3 this year, that makes it seem unlikely the big reveal is GTA 6 . Another fan fave in the rumor mill for E3 2019 is a long, long, loooong overdue reveal of Bully 2 . Again, another rumor that has a kernel of truth to it after a publicized resume gaffe in April revealed that Rockstar is … still making games? The leak in question cites a line from an engineer’s resume where he admits to working on several unannounced Rockstar projects while employed at Rockstar India. Since “unannounced Rockstar projects” is a big umbrella, Bully 2 fits nicely underneath. Personally, I’d settle for a revamped Bully port on Nintendo Switch. Out of everything in Rockstar’s storied history Bully is the perfect fit for Nintendo’s portable phenom. For those unfamiliar, Bully puts you in the shoes of a new kid at a fancy prep school who is kind of a badass. What makes it an amazing game is that it is chock full of different types of gameplay. You have to attend classes in school, which means that English class is a word puzzle game. Chemistry class is a rhythm-based game of mixing chemicals. You dissect animals, learn the flags of the world, take boxing lessons and bike races and more. This incredible variety lends itself to the pick-up-and-play aesthetics of the Switch.