After finishing The Witcher 3's main storyline, I decided to take a break before working on the DLCs. I finally got around to playing two games I bought at launch last year: No Man's Sky and The Witness. While they are radically different games, my response to both was similar. I played each one obsessively for maybe two weeks; then, after going out of town for a week, on my return I found that I couldn't get back into them, which isn't an experience I've had before. I don't know how long I would have continued with them if my momentum hadn't been interrupted by travel; it may be that I need more narrative in a game to sustain my interest over interruptions.
While I was traveling, I played Lara Croft Go on my Vita. A lot of fun, but the load times on the Vita are frustratingly long.
My co-op buddies and I have started Ghost Recon Wildlands. I'm hoping we'll get good enough at it to complete missions stealthily; so far we haven't had much luck with that approach.
On PSVR I'm playing Wayward Sky. I think it's aimed at kids, which may be why it hasn't gotten much attention, since kids don't buy VR headsets, but it's a charming reminder of how much VR can add to a third-person game. I've also played some Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes, which is a great co-op experience; more than most games, it relies on teammates developing a shared vocabulary.