I didn't get my Marvel fix in 2020. Not only were Black Widow and The Eternals pushed back but so were the Disney+ shows: Wandavision and Falcon and Winter Soldier.
To be honest, I'm kinda glad there was no Marvel movie this year.
After Endgame, I found myself questioning how they'd make future MCU movies matter. Either they'd try to go even bigger than before, which would feel repetitive and unearned, or they'd tone it down and make smaller-scale movies focused on smaller issues, which would be hard to care for after all that timeline and multiverse bullshit. Then the Spider-Man movie came out, and... Well, it didn't answer that question. It tried to go smaller-scale and felt totally pointless.
Going smaller is the only right call after a movie like that, but because of all that happened, it's harder to care about stuff that happens from now on. I think the lengthy break between movies since then can only help with this, because at least now when we do get a new one, it's gonna feel like an event again.