Graphic designer TeaserPlay, known for his concept trailers, recently posted a video on his YouTube channel showing what a remake of Rockstar Games’ high school action movie Bully might look like.
Recall that the original Bully tells the story of teenage bully Jimmy Hopkins, who starts the new school year at a boarding school in the town of Bullworth and gets caught up in all sorts of trouble.
In a two-minute video, TeaserPlay showed several characters (Jimmy, Gary Smith, director of Crabblesnitch), some locations (yard, classroom, school gym) and the hero skateboarding through the streets of Bullworth.
According to TeaserPlay, the potential remake is a dream come true for Rockstar fans. Blogger calls bully “great nostalgic game”are required for the current generation graphics.
To show what Bully might look like on modern consoles, the TeaserPlay team “tried to use all features of Unreal Engine 5”including Lumen and Nanite technologies, ray tracing and path tracing.
Viewers appreciated the work of TeaserPlay, noting the nostalgic nature of the video and the high level of detail, and regretted the low probability that such a remake will be released.
The original Bully was released on PS2 in 2006 and subsequently found its way to PC, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Android and iOS. There was also an ambitious sequel in development for several periods, but it never saw the light of day.