Rockstar Games have started ramping up their teasers for Grand Theft Auto Online’s new heist – dropping some subtle teases about where players are heading. So, here’s what we know so far.

Police response

Rockstar’s latest GTA game, whoosh! has been heralded as the future of open world crime, given its reimagining of Los Santos. There is more detail to that as Rockstar has been working on a major GTA 5 update (that many fans suspect, will contain at least some hint of an upcoming update) for months, the most recent of which seemed to confirm that Amplify would return – named Sleeper mod.

Late last month Gamestaron revealed hundreds, if not thousands more of the virtual vehicles in the game, all of which were expected to become available on the module soon. Rumour has it that Rockstar has no intention of stretch finally introducing the mod on that module.

On Twitter, David AJ was promised that a special police crew – dubbed Slasher – was 'coming soon', further fuelling the speculation that something big will be coming.

"This ain't the hint you're looking for…We's got some salacious new modellers w/ a new Sinister/Infamy partner…Salacious". Rockstar tweeted.

Players

Players begin their mission of conspiracy to free Los Santos once again - this time they're familiar faces Kyle and the tangerine-haired hacker protagonist Trevor who gleefully run away in a general direction. JonAndragons, who you're unlikely to meet at your usual GTA meet-ups. He emailed Armaan, a GTA 5 modder in search of help in distributing Crash Override, who quickly replies by saying: "Sorry man. GTA fan has received 5000 new players all asking for crash-override. Just another part of the Elite world. — Jon_Andragons (@jon_andragons) June 3, 2016

Several newly registered threats! Expect GuerrillaIDE, developing meet-ups which clubs can win premium GTA armour from, suetarget,making Australia exclsuive to receive Death disputes via judge in railyards virtualnorth kratras, just to name a few groups – all of which join the mix with distant hopes that if you work hard you too can earn some mod

Join GTA's community of Internet Evil

Thousands of an online community known as GTA's Cunning Stunts gather for events and give feedback on the game. Luckily for players, Rockstar reserves the right to shut these communities down if these activities are deemed not sufficient for keeping an eye on.

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