I think Shadowrun games do a good job too. It complicates things with magic which is probably a bit excessive. But it successfully presents you a world where some people have problems transcending beyond the human shell and some have nothing to eat and suffer from organized crime and corrupt police.
Latest Deus Ex (Mankind Divided) was a letdown in that regard. They’ve tried to show a cyberpunk future in an old city instead of skyscraperland, but failed properly showing Prague (it felt like a faraway boring suburb of a European city. Maybe that was the idea but I’d expect them to show great bridges and cathedrals and monuments contaminated by technology, not some sleeping quarters) and dangers of technology. The game talks about the divide but you personally almost never have to face oppression or bigotry even though you play as the most augmented person in ther world.
CP2077 looks right and the ending is properly dystopian, but for the most part it isn’t. It really undermines the main conflict and the character of Johnny Silverhand, who talks as if the world around is Bladerunner while it’s no more depressing than GTA cities.