Looks pretty darn fantastic to me. I still think that the decision to go first person all of the time, without even 3rd person cutscnes, was a big mistake in a game with such detailed character customization, as it means we'll only get to see the character we created when we look in mirrors, go into the equipment menu, or ride a motorcycle in 3rd person mode. It also limits immersion, because you can't see your own characters facial reactions to things during cutscenes, which sucks because so much of communication is non-verbal.
But other than that, the game looks pretty fantastic. Graphics have improved a good bit since the last gameplay we saw last August, though hopefully they can get the pop-in sorted out before launch, or at least get it sorted out on the next-gen patches they are working on thanks to the fast SSD's and such. (I also hope the heavy chromatic aberration can be toned down or disabled in the options menu on console). The dialogue seems great. The world design is fantastic, with 6 distinct city districts to explore plus an outside desert zone. The driving mechanics seem as good as similar open world games like GTA and Saints Row,which is good because driving is something I was worried about since CDP had no driving game experience in the past (though new hires since Witcher 3 might have). Judy and Jackie both seem like great characters. The braindance gameplay mechanic seems cool. Shooting mechanics seem pretty good considering CDP has never done a shooter in the past.
All in all, I am still fully expecting this to be my GOTY, unless Ghost of Tsushima, Halo Infinite, or AC Valhalla really impress me.