GTA 5 modders and gamers are in for some bitter news, as Rockstar Games has reportedly introduced a new anti-cheating system with the latest update for GTA Online, which triggers explosion of modded Duke O' Death.
As renowned YouTuber DomisLive (aka Dom) notes in his latest gameplay video, it is no longer possible to transfer a modded car like Duke O' Death from single-player to multiplayer, owing to the new anti-cheating system that instantly destroys your modded car when you try to start its engine in GTA Online.
This information has been shared by Dom on YouTube with due credit to another YouTuber, Yan 2295, who has originally uploaded this gameplay video.
As Dom admits, the new anti-cheating system kicks off the moment you take your Duke O' Death outside your garage in GTA Online, and you will notice some black smoke coming out from its bonnet.
Some discerning gamers have even tried duplicating the Duke O' Death by calling up a mechanic to the place just outside their garage. However, the new car will also explode the moment you enter the car and hit the gas pedal.
Tip #1: At the moment, it is ascertained that only Duke O' Death is being affected by the new anti-cheating system, while other modded cars are not found exploding in GTA Online.
Consequently, you may want to transfer as many modded cars as you want (excluding Duke O' Death) before Rockstar patches up this glitch with its new anti-cheating system.