The most recent update to Red Dead Online has added several new gaming activities. However, since it had already been disclosed that Red Dead Online's support was almost to an end, this might surprise players. \n \nThe online multiplayer element of Red Dead Redemption 2 is called Red Dead Online, and over the years, many users have downloaded and played it. Sadly, despite being a more recent game than Grand Theft Auto 5, Red Dead Online's community has complained that they believe the game has been mainly neglected over the years, with less new material and fewer updates being released than GTA Online. \n \nRed Dead Online releases an update every month that updates a few aspects of the game and offers bonuses for completing specific quests and missions. This update introduces a few new Telegram missions for Red Dead Online gamers. The 7th Generation Cult is the focus of the three latest Hardcore Telegram Missions, In Bad Faith, Strong Medicine, and Sow and Reap. Additionally, the game has updated some old Telegram Missions with new locales, which should help with the content. \n \nThe game's Showdown Modes will also have new settings, with players able to participate in Hostile Territory in Annesburg, Fort Mercer, Caliga Hall, and Strawberry. In addition, the sport of Kings will also open outlets in Cotorra Springs and Lake Don Julio. Players that routinely go through these Showdown Modes should find it slightly more fascinating, even though it still falls short of brand-new content. \n \nThe Red Dead Online fanbase recently felt even more betrayed by GTA Online's Criminal Enterprise upgrade, which was just published. Rockstar Games may be gradually abandoning both games, though. Instead, the company's focus may be shifting to GTA 6 and its unavoidable online component, according to a message Rockstar posted that thanked everyone who contributed to the creation of GTA 5 and GTA Online.