A new report surfaced today claiming that Ruffian Games is currently looking for people to fill up its job listing. The gaming studio posted on its official website the list of job openings for upcoming and unspecified Rockstar Games’ titles. The titles are unknown at the moment, but the job listing was enough to trigger speculations in the gaming community that these titles could include “GTA 6” and “Bully 2.”

Eurogamer recently reported that The Scottish Games Network and Ruffian tweeted about multiple permanent job openings the moment it went live. Ruffian has recently finished working on bringing “Halo Reach” to Master Chief Collection and developed the 5v5 multiplayer more Wrecking zone of “Crackdown.” It was also the studio that developed “Crackdown 2.”

So far, we don’t have any information that the untitled Rockstar Games are brand new projects or a piece of port work. Ruffian Games has previously worked with Rockstar on “Grand Theft Auto” and “Manhunt.” The job posting lists a number of vacancies, including roles such as UI engineers and graphics engineers.

The studio also stated that it is looking for developers with generalized experience in multiplayer action games created for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and future gaming consoles at both junior and senior levels. The post also states that these are permanent positions for titles that are currently in production and adds that it will be looking for more people in various disciplines soon. While the studio did not reveal the titles that they are working on, the most likely games under Rockstar that could be in production are “GTA 6” and “Bully 2.”

It can be recalled that last week, a former Rockstar Games developer admitted that the studio was developing a couple of titles in 2018. Although he could not reveal the names of the games in development, the gaming community assumed that it could be “Bully 2” or “GTA 6.” Another Rockstar insider shared recently that a playable build of “Bully 2” existed but never had the chance to get off the ground.

The report claimed that Rockstar New England reportedly developed “Bully 2” between the release of “Red Dead redemption” in 2010 and at the end of 2013. The studio allegedly spent one year and 18 months developing the game. The Ruffian games job listing appears to align with these claims ad with rumors that “GTA 6” is releasing on PlayStation 5, it is highly likely that it is the other unspecified title the job posting is referring to.