I'm going to say yes. Not only because of the hype, but because it seems to have so much potential, and other games are still in the EA stage. Cyberpunk 2077 can *look* great, but it's lacking a soul in the open world arena. One of my biggest gripes is the "most immersive open world" line used...
You're using a mid-tier GPU. You're not able to experience CP2077 maxed out at 60+ fps. The game has numerous issues, but I feel like the discussion is invalidated by the inability to run it in all its RTX glory.
They should be spending most of their time fixing this game, not looking ahead towards expansions or other IPs. An expansion/DLC is fine, if it includes fixes for the current game. But if they feel like it's fine, then eh.
Yes. Or atleast tied with Bannerlord.
Not sure what everyone else was playing in 2020, but I'm assuming that atleast in those games, the NPCs and world acted accordingly.
Hell, River City Ransom on NES from 1989 was more immersive.