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"So, you rocked up uninvited to a secluded farmhouse in the middle of Blaine County. What did you think was going to happen?"

Farmhouse Survival is a Survival job in Grand Theft Auto Online as part of the continuation of the The Diamond Casino & Resort update, released on September 26, 2019, during the Survival Series Week event. It takes place at the O'Neil Ranch in Grapeseed.


The enemies are the O'Neil Brothers. Their vehicles of choice to arrive in during later waves are the Dune Buggy and Injection, with them also using Froggers on certain waves.

The players start in front of the ranch. They are then free to find adequate location to survive the waves. There is a health pack located outside both of the entrances to the building. Two armour pickups are also available inside.

Many props, such as trailers and wooden boxes, are scattered around the farm, which can be used for cover.


  • Players may choose to hold out on the upper floor of the building, at the top of the staircase. As this is the only way for the enemies to reach the first floor, players can kill them once they get a line of sight on the stairs, making this a very easy strategy. However, enemies take a while to come upstairs.
  • Another possible hold-out location is in the room to the left when entering through the north entrance. If a player takes cover between the doorway and the windows located here, they can, while still in cover, shoot the enemies through the windows without them being able to shoot the player.
  • It is advisable that the player stay inside the ranch when helicopters appear, as it provides good cover to the player while they deal with the helicopter.


Farmhouse Survival
  • Light blue blip indicates spawn points.
  • Green blip indicates weapon pickup.
  • Purple blip indicates prop.
  • Dark blue blip indicates enemy vehicles.




Enemy Vehicles


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