This bugs me a bit
For some weird reason, the way they're showing Tony and Thor in the same position Cap and Tony were after Civil War just seems sacrilegious and disrespectful of how Cap died and Tony's character.
I understand that it's trying to display the same type of grief and remorse on Thor's part and how Tony died, unloved and abandoned by everybody, but mimicking Cap's death and Tony's confession like this role reversal isn't the same. In fact, it sort of cheapens it by trying to make it the same.
To me, it's saying like Steve and Tony both died under the same circumstances and how Tony and Thor will both confess "it wasn't worth it". But the problem is, it isn't in the same circumstances. Steve died and Tony had the monologue because he could admit secretly that though there was no other way, Steve was ultimately right about the Registration Act and Tony will be carrying the burden of his mistakes. To put THOR in Tony's place is disrespectful because: 1.) it implies that Thor was wrong when he didn't do anything but blame Tony for the state of the heroes' status quo (which has merit) and 2.) like Cap, Tony died being ultimately right (after seeing Dark Reign and the aftermath of the SHRA, it's FAR from the truth - Tony should have never supported it).
I know, I know, too long of a rant. I'll just sum it up: I feel this doesn't work like Steve and Tony's deathbed confession because the circumstances aren't the same. This just makes a mockery of Thor, Tony, and Cap's characters, really.