This is true for me as well.
Back in my teens, I considered myself a roleplayer (and frowned upon boardgaming, mostly out of ignorance). Starting in my 20s and all the way through to now, I have made the shift almost exclusively to boardgaming because (outside of legacy-style games), the individual sessions are self-contained and atomic – different people can show up each week to our boardgame night and have the same experience as people that show up every week. This is also why I typically turn away from legacy-style games.
Maybe in 20 years or so when my children have grown and it’s easier to set aside huge swathes of time on a recurring basis I’ll get back to roleplaying as a hobby.