I messed around with Red Dead Online and I don't think it's for me. I understand the appeal, I just can't get into coop PvE stuff (i.e. Destiny) and my time in this fictional western is far more enjoyable (for me) as being a member of the Dutch van der Linde Gang. I also don't have to worry about my hunting being interrupted by some gang of teenagers spouting off racial slurs/homophobic diatribes. I also play with free aim, so I'm at a disadvantage when it comes to the online snap-to-aim stuff. That mode is going to make R* A LOT of dough re mi.
I've also been playing a lot of PlayStation VR stuff. As I noted before, ASTRO BOT: Rescue Mission is a revelation and probably the best 3D platformer I've played in years. I also messed around with Tetris Effect, Resident Evil 7, Firewall Zero Hour, Beat Saber, SUPER HOT VR, Moss, and WipEout Omega Collection. VR is a hoot, though I do get some fatigue from playing for more than an hour or so--mostly eye strain and have to take the headset off quicker than I'd like to. I don't suffer from any motion sickness, though--even with fluid movements turned on in games like Firewall or RE7. Virtual Reality is no joke, and I'm excited to see what further potential it has in the medium.
I've also been mixing in some time with Battlefield V, which I'm enjoying quite a bit. It's more battlefield and that's all I want. The maps are great. I'll probably finish the last mission of Hitman 2 at some point, though I don't feel the strong pull like I did with the original... in fact, I think I might have missed the window for the first Sean Bean elusive target? I'm no too stressed about it, oddly. I also need to play more of the two DLC chapters for Marvel's Spider-Man, but again--even with 200 hours under my belt, I'm still loving every moment I can get with Red Dead Redemption 2 (I'm only one perfect cougar pelt away from fully upgrading my camp!).