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Hostile Takeover: Fort Zancudo

Learn how to complete the Fort Zancudo variant of the Hostile takeover VIP work in GTA 5 online solo for a payout of around $50,000. Watch the video for three different approach methods. This free-mode mission is a lot of fun and can be completed without any purchases, but make sure to have a heavy automatic, full snacks, and armor. Once you reach the drop-off point, you'll receive a call and 50k will be dropped into your account.
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GTA 5 Online: Hostile Takeover Fort Zancudo – How To Get Rich

GTA 5 and GTA Online are always full of new content and interesting things to do. Hostile Takeover is a free mode mission that can be completed solo, for a payout of around $50,000. It can be done in a standard online free mode session or invite-only lobby, but not in a crew session.

You will need a heavy automatic weapon, full snacks, and armor. This guide will go over three different approaches you can take, each with varying degrees of success.

Register as a VIP

Before starting the mission, you will need to register as a VIP or CEO. Head to the Interaction Menu, select SecuroServ, and register as a VIP or CEO. Once registered, go back to the Interaction Menu and select SecuroServ VIP/CEO Work, Hostile Takeover. Set the location to Fort Zancudo and start the mission.

Approach #1: Motorcycle

The first approach uses a motorcycle, specifically the Batty 801, which costs $15,000 from Southern San Andreas Super Autos. Square up on the northern side of Fort Zancudo, then absolutely send it, aiming for the left bank of the tunnel. Once inside, head down the runway.

Approach #2: Armored Car

The second approach is with an armored car, specifically the Duke of Death, which is free from Warstock Cache & Carry for older players. Alternatively, you can purchase the Benefactor Schafter V12 for $325,000 from Legendary, or the Armored Kuruma for $698,000 from Southern San Andreas Super Autos for more protection. Align yourself on the northern side of the compound, then drive down the highway and up the right-hand bank. Once inside, head to the target hangar.

Approach #3: Halo Jump

The third approach involves a Maverick helicopter, which can be found near the marina in the southern part of the Los Santos map. Fly to the southern side of Fort Zancudo and hover above the river to the south. Spot the open hangar on the other side of the compound, then ascend to a high enough altitude and tilt the chopper right before bailing out. Once on the ground, shoot your way into the hangar.

Dealing with Resistance and Making the Getaway

Regardless of your approach, once inside the hangar, you will need to deal with resistance. Grab cover where possible and keep an eye on the minimap to avoid being flanked. Once you have an opportunity, make a break for the tank, which will provide protection from most attacks. After that, drive around the plane and not through it, avoiding unnecessary damage. Head to the end of the taxiway, then follow the yellow GPS line, blowing up as much stuff as possible. Once you reach the drop-off point, you will automatically receive a payout of $50,000 or so. The remaining warrant stars will also be cleared, and you will enter a cooldown period before starting again.

Overall, Hostile Takeover Fort Zancudo is a fun way to earn some cash in GTA Online. Be sure to register as a VIP or CEO and bring heavy firepower along with full snacks and armor. Try out the different approaches and discover which one works best for you. Stay safe, wash your hands, and happy grinding!

hi in this video we’re going through the fourth Zancudo variant of the
Hostile takeover VIP work in GTA 5 online for a solo 50 000 or so
hi and welcome back my name is Dan and I’m an old grumpy Gamer Grand Theft Auto is a truly massive
game between GTA 5 and the constant updates from Rockstar for GTA online there’s no shortage of
new content and interesting things to do join me then as we look at the Fort Zancudo variant
of the Hostile takeover VIP work in GTA 5 online before we dive in if you’re new to the channel we
do how-to guides news and giveaways so consider subscribing and ring the bell to start today so
this is a wild little free mode mission that you can do whenever you have 10 minutes spare
and feel like causing some chaos if I’m honest it isn’t the easiest way to make 50 Grand or so
but it’s a heck of a lot of fun and can be done completely solo this works in a standard online
free mode session and in an invite-only Lobby sadly you can’t do this one in a Solo or crew
session though one of the really neat things about the Hostile takeover missions is they can be done
without any purchases but before you get started I highly recommend you have a heavy automatic and
full snacks and armor and for this video we’re going to look at three separate approach method
so you’ll also need a motorcycle or an armored car or a helicopter right so first things first we’ll
need to register as a VIP of some description head to the interaction menu down to securoserv
then either register as a VIP or register as a CEO and enter an organization name if you prompted to
you’ll see a quick notification along with the rest of the lobby now assuming you’re good to
go head back to the interaction menu then go to the first option which will be the sakuro
serve VIP or securoserv CEO VIP work hostile takeover set the location to Fort Zancudo and
finally start you’ll see a new marker pop up on the map now I’ve attempted three separate
Ingress methods with varying degrees of success but I’ve never not been clipped by the staff so
take it with a grain of salt the first approach we’ll look at is with a motorcycle in this case
the batty 801 which is fifteen thousand dollars from Southern San Andreas super autos and is one
of the quicker bikes in the game so we want to square up on the North Northern side of
Fort Zancudo then absolutely send it aiming it for the Left Bank of the tunnel around hereish
once you’re in head down the runway and you’re good to go the next approach is the armored car
in this case I’m using a Duke of death which is free from wall stock case and carry for
older players like me who started GTA 5 way back on the PS3 or the 360. otherwise your
cheapest entry point into the armored car market is the benefactor shaft of V12 at
a cost of 325 Grand from legendary although the armored kuruma at 698 from Southern San Andreas
super Autos offers a lot more protection if you can afford it regardless what we want
to do is align ourselves up on the Northern side of the compound again then absolutely
trump it all the way down the highway and up the right hand Bank around hereish
once you’re over head up the main Runway until you spot the target hanger which will be the
one on the left with the open doors then make a B-Line for it pull into the front left of the
hanger and start shooting everyone you can being mindful of the enemies on the platforms up top
and keeping an eye out for others entering the hangar from outside our Final Approach will be
via a Halo jump for this one I’m using a Maverick that I found near the marina in the southern part
of the Los Santos map once you’re Airborne head to the southern side of Fort Zancudo we want to
end up hovering somewhere above the river just to the South When we arrive we’ll see the open
Hangar on the other side of the compound which is our Target once you’ve clocked it steady the
chopper and Ascend when you’ve reached a high enough altitude and I’m using the top of Mount
Chiliad as a Rough Guide tilt the chopper right which prevents the chopper from coming down on top
of you and then bile out take a hard dive and as you get closer to the ground pullback to add some
forward trajectory pull your shoot at the last possible second and start shooting at anything
you can and as long as your machine doesn’t have complete fit like mine did at this precise moment
you should be able to make your way into the hangar right so regardless of your approach once
you make it to the hangout we’ll have to deal with a bit of resistance grab some cover where
it’s practical again keeping an eye on the minimap so you don’t get flanked now there’s a few guards
here and they’re not immediately obvious the most problematic ones will be on the platforms up the
top and the few hidden behind the tank there’s also a couple that might sneak up from other
parts of the hangar too so really keep an eye out the second you have an opportunity make a
break for the tank and once you’re in you’re safe from pretty much anything bullets grenades they’ll
even homie missiles now here’s the fun part the getaway start by driving around the plane not
through it and don’t be tempted to blow it up it’s just unnecessary fire damage to the tank when you
head through it as you get out of the hangar turn left and head towards the end of the taxiway then
on to the service road and through into the Ring Road which will show to you from a lot of enemy
fire once you’re through that head through the gates and and Follow the yellow GPS line making
sure to blow up as much stuff on the horizon as possible try not to blow up too many cars
when they’re practically on top of you again it’s unnecessary fire damage now unlike a lot of other
VIP work you don’t have to lose your attackers here just head to the drop-off Point regardless of
any opposition and once you get there drive into the yellow marker you’ll get a call 50 Grand or so
dropped into your account and any remaining warrant Stars will immediately be cleared
after that you’ll have a bit of a cool down and you’re good to go again and thanks for watching
check out the video up the top for another VIP work guide or the one down the bottom for some
more old grumpy gamer goodness stay safe wash your hands and we’ll see you in the next video

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