PC Gamer does a run down of many previously released cyberpunk themed games that 2077 fans may enjoy too. Here is a snip;
Shadowrun: Dragonfall – Director's Cut
Release date: 2014 | Developer: Harebrained Schemes
Like the other Shadowrun games, which are based on a tabletop RPG first released in 1989, Dragonfall is an unlikely blend of cyberpunk and high fantasy—a flavor combination that works surprisingly well. This tech-noir RPG features a rich urban setting to explore with its vision of Berlin in the year 2054 and especially the Kreuzbasar hub area, satisfyingly tactical turn-based combat, and an array of different ways to play, whether you want to be an elite ork hacker or an elven street samurai.
Release date: 2019 | Developer: Chance Agency
You're a taxi driver working for a company that hires humans when everyone else has shifted to self-driving cars, but though Neo Cab keeps track of your income and fuel, it's not about simulating that job. What kind of customers hire a human to drive them around when an algorithm can do it just as well? People who want someone to talk to on their trip, that's who. Though there's a larger missing person plot, Neo Cab is really an anthology of character-led short stories about weirdos—fascinating weirdos like a pain cultist and a girl whose parents have trapped her in power armor for her own protection. Each of whom return, night after night, to spill their guts in the back of your cab.