It's safe to say it's not Agent. Rockstar has just over 2000 employees, and they claim that 1600 of them worked on RDR2, which released in 2018, with the other 400 or so likely working on GTA Online content during that time. They simply won't have had time to make Agent. Also highly unlikely to be GTA 6, as most leaks from Rockstar insiders say we won't see it release until at least 2023. The rumored remake of RDR1 on the RDR2 engine seems far more likely, as it would be much easier to do than a brand new game, since half the RDR1 map is already in RDR2, as well as many of the characters, whose models they can reuse with a few alterations, all of the gameplay systems are ready, etc.
200 employees would be able to make Agent in 10 years =p even more because we don't even know what the game is.
Except there is no indication that it was in development for the last 10 years. In 2013 Sony's Shuhei Yoshida said he had no knowledge of rather or not the game was still in development. In 2015 some artwork from the game leaked, with the former Rockstar art team dev who leaked it saying that his art team was taken off of Agent to work on GTA V in 2010. Take-Two kept renewing the Agent trademark for awhile, but then in 2018 they chose not to renew it, indicating that the project was finally dead.
Bully 2 seems more likely than Agent, since there was talk of it entering development at Rockstar Toronto in 2013, and we've head several Bully 2 leaks since then, though it is rumored that Rockstar Toronto was taken back off of Bully 2 to work on RDR2 at some point around 2014 or 2015 as I recall. So I definitely think it is the recently rumored RDR1 remake on the RDR2 engine, as it would be the easiest thing for them to do, workload wise, while selling very well (original RDR sold over 15m, while RDR2 sold over 31m, meaning than an RDR1 remake would almost certainly sell over 20m).
Last edited by shikamaru317 - on 10 June 2020