Avengers Endgame: why isn't there a post-generic scene?

Avengers Endgame : pourquoi n'y a-t-il pas de scène post-générique ?

Unlike all the other films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Avengers: Endgame" does not contain a post-generic scene. A choice that directors Joe and Anthony Russo explained during a question-and-answer session following a film screening in Washington.

It's the end of a ritual! As the most enthusiastic Marvel fans know, you should never leave before the very end of the credits of an MCU film, otherwise, you will miss one or more additional scenes, usually giving a preview of the next film. However, for the 22nd feature film of this universe developed for more than ten years, the directors have deviated from the rule, by not including any post-generic scene. A decision that one might find surprising but which has in fact been carefully thought out.

"A sense of ending"

"The reason there is no scene at the end of the credits is that our goal with this film was simply to conclude the 22 films that are included in the MCU since these ten years of intrigues," said Anthony Russo in front of an audience of fans attending a screening of "Endgame".