The Witcher III was phenomenal and the DLCs were of incredibly high quality too. Both major DLCs were as in-depth, meaningful and (for me) in many ways more enjoyable than the already superb core game. The depth of characterisation of the likes of Regis and Olgierd von Everec are truly stunning and I regularly cite the latter as one of the best, most complex video game characters ever created. I still can't decide if I love him, despise him, pity him or what.
And yet, somehow, despite the high regard I hold TWIII in, and having had less time to do it, I have played Cyberpunk 2077 for several times longer than I have TWIII. I now have quite a few from-scratch save games with over 1000 hours each in them. CP2077 is a truly amazing game and Night City almost feels like a real city that I know equally as well as some real-life ones. The wait for the DLC is almost painful.
Over many, many years of gaming (I remember queuing, coins in hand, to play "Pong" at my local sports centre), only a handful of games have truly captivated me and completely absorbed me into their world. CDPR has made two of the games on that relatively short list that has taken decades to compile. Thank you for thousands of hours of fun and escapism.