The fact that you had to name Dishonored as an RPG to pad out your list speaks volumes about the current state of the genre.
I think this is a ridiculous statement considering the absolute plethora of RPG's of all kinds we've been getting from old school CRPG's to JRPG's like Nier Automata to stuff like Darkest Dungeon or the Dishonored games. I mean the amount of RPG's out there is huge from the traditional stuff to the more experimental and not so easily defined.
And what are all these modern CRPGs? Obsidian and Larian give us something once in a blue moon, and that's about it? Fallout 4? Lol. There's nothing wrong with liking these games, but don't pretend there's a ton of variety when 99% of modern ones are action or stealth games with stat systems bolted on.