The anime is definitely being recieved well, but tbh, apart from that, that's all I see in terms of quality content, not for the game, but more from the game.
The game still runs not so great for me, still has bugs I keep finding in it, still having poor draw distances, crowd control density doesn't seem to work properly for me, no matter which setting I slide it to, and of course, the game still looks ugly as sin unless I have SSR cranked to max.
Some people recently are wanting to badge the game in the same vein as NMS's style of comeback, but I honestly don't see it being that way, as NMS has over the years, provided tons and tons of new content, whilst 2077 has spent the past 2 yrs trying to fix bugs, add a few new weapons and a tiny handful of gigs, and one expansion, that's pretty much it.
The game had so much promise and I feel like it underdelivered imo. Like there are still instances in GTA V that make it's own world feel more alive than the world of Cyberpunk tries to, but fails at executing. My choices still do not matter much in the game's world and story, at least compared to what I could do in Witcher 3. I dunno, I just feel like the game still feels largely the same since 2 yrs ago, just with some bug fixes.
Step right up come on in, feel the buzz in your veins, I'm like an chemical electrical right into your brain and I'm the one who killed the Radio, soon you'll all see
So pay up motherfuckers you belong to "V"