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As we all expected, GTA Online's next big heist's about...helping the police and shooting up a chicken factory

Ah yes, battling corruption and stopping cartels from doing illegal things, exactly what criminals usually do.

Some GTA Online characters talking to the cop from The Cluckin' Bell Raid.
Image credit: VG247/Rockstar Games

The trailer for the next big update that’s coming to GTA Online has just dropped, and what’s Rockstar got in store for us this time? Well, it’s helping out non-corrupt law enforcement and seeing how chicken burgers get made.

Yup, if you’re looking for something GTA-ish to do while you wait for more news on GTA 6 that isn’t just about its developers not being too happy about being forced to return to the office, GTA Online’s gonna try its level best to put you off your next fast food order. To be fair, you will get to kill a few corrupt cops in nice muscle cars as a trade-off.

The next big heist you’ll be able to take on as you fight to avoid just being the landlord of half of the properties in Los Santos who occasionally gets blown up on the freeway is called “The Cluckin’ Bell Farm Raid” and it’s set to arrive on March 7 across console and PC. If the name seems familiar, it should be. The new missions are based around the factory farm owned and operated by Cluckin Bell - you know, the series staple restaurant that once faced that daunting task of fulfilling Big Smoke’s order.

So, what’s going on with this Paleto Bay landmark? Well, it’s being used as a front by a dangerous cartel, which has enlisted the protection of some corrupt cops. You, the ultimate criminal mastermind, are going to be (checks notes)...helping a seemingly non-corrupt police officer named Vincent Effenburger to expose the dirty deeds and take down the people doing them.

Ok, then. The trailer’s above and it does look like there’s plenty of the usual GTA fun in store. You know, shooting stuff, chases, getting ahold of quite nice automobiles, that kind of thing.

The Bravado Gauntlet Interceptor’s the only one of the update’s new customisable cars that’s been officially named so far and it’s, well, a police cruiser, so you’ll at least be able to rock the corrupt fuzz look.

Maybe you can stick it in your garage, right next to that ST-D Rockstar gave you the chance to acquire last month.

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