Never expected this would take me 6 months to finish - for the past 6 months my gaming time pretty much was decimated due to having my first newborn and increased work responsibility.
Nevertheless, I still enjoyed the game. Definitely one of the superior open world games out there, and the moment to moment good writings are still on par with CDPR standard.
That being said, my affection is nowhere near one I had for The Witcher 3. 2077 in my opinion suffered a lot from the main story being rushed and short. Many characters never fully developed the personalities and their bounds with V. All the endings are pretty well-thought and executed, but like I said, because of the character building is flat and shallow (compared to W3), I didn't get very sentimental, that is definitely a pity.
The overworld is quite fascinating, but the story and the people in the world need a better crafting to be truly memorable.
Out of all the endings, Temperance is my favorite and I consider it the true ending.