I miss the myriad of question marks on the map and compass that Odyssey had. In a game that takes hundreds of hours not having them to get through quests and blue mysteries is annoying. I don't like having to go to Google constantly to quickly keep making progress with where to go for the...
It is not designed to look like an IPS at all. Quantum dot is fairly run of the mill these days. They add quantum dot layers to IPS televisions now too. VA panels have much more vibrant colors, superior contrast, and better blacks. Viewing angle is the only thing that IPS does better.
Go to rtings and look at the TV reviews. I tried a 65" IPS TV. It looked terrible compared to the quantum dot VA panel I returned it for. I currently have a 144 Hz IPS gaming monitor that looks terrible compared to the same VA television. The IPS looks noticeably worse even in day light...
OLED is fine if you are okay that it will burn in at some point. I would only buy one from Best Buy since their Geek Squad warranty is the only one that will cover it. For what it's worth, I have an LG CX and look forward to going back to a quantum dot LCD.
For me, Samsung isn't even a consideration since they don't support Dolby Vision. Something with a quantum dot VA panel would be my suggestion if they are available in that price range these days. Skip anything with an IPS panel.
I don't mind farming at all, but the end game missions should be random. It shouldn't be a story mission or same boss that you play over and over.
Diablo 3 perfected this. The Division 2 had a terrible end game.