Genshin Impact is my current main favorite game, though I still find myself playing The Sims 4, Cities: Skylines, and even SWAT 4 (with Thief 1–3 [not the reboot] in queue alongside Half-Life 1 & 2). Cyberpunk 2077 is merely the game I play while waiting for my resin to refresh.
It’s interesting enough to keep my attention, but after playing despite the bugs, I’m fairly sure I can replace 90% of this game (specifically the grinding portions) with Watch Dogs 2. And the main reason why I’m playing is to level up my stats so that I can destroy entire groups just by looking at them (and hacking into their neural network), which is something that I’ve yet to be able to do in Watch Dogs 2. Honestly, as good as it is, it’s still kinda replaceable.
With SO many games on my game launchers (Epic Games Store, Ubisoft Connect, Origin, and Steam), and with the Christmas giveaways in full swing, as soon as I lose interest in Cyberpunk 2077 I’d probably replace it with Shadowrun: Dragonfall, or maybe just go back to The Sims.