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Rockstar Deals With GTA V Exploiters in GTA-Style
When it comes to dealing with cheaters or exploiters, Rockstar is known for taking the unconventional means. They don’t just deal with the problem or player; they do in a way which shows people who’s the boss! In short, they do it Grand Theft Auto style.
Grand Theft Auto V came out back in 2013 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Afterwards, new-gen consoles, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, showed-up and all eyes were on Rockstar in hopes of a next-gen port.
That’s exactly what happened, as Rockstar announced Grand Theft Auto V’s arrival on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Now, those who already owned a copy of GTA V on either PS3 or Xbox 360 were given several incentives for upgrading to the current-gen version. One of them was an amazing Duke O’ Death car. Those who got this will know that it is only for use in single-player campaign; meaning you cannot use it Grand Theft Auto Online.
However, that didn’t stop some users to use an exploit to bring Duke O’ Death to Grand Theft Auto Online. Rockstar on the other hand patched the exploit recently, but did it in a way only Rockstar can.
They allowed the car to be shifted to Grand Theft Auto Online but as soon as the player entered the car, kaboom!! A huge explosion will destroy the car and killing the player in the process. There is no way to avoid the blast so the only thing you can do is not enter the car at all!
Thanks to YouTuber xKoingWolfx, we have a footage that will show you exactly how things go down. Check it out and let us know if it happened to you.