Zizek already talked about this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=432g97vs6s0
Capitalism is much more resilient than Marx and Lenin thought. That doesn't mean it cannot be a trainwreck, the USA and the EU have a really hard time handling the Covid-19 pandemic for example.
I'm not saying it will collapse immediately though, because eventually, MMT might save Western capitalism on fiscal matters (the taxpayers cannot realistically pay back for the trillions in stimulus packages), and governments might become more influenced by Singapore and China on societal policy. It won't necessarily be a pretty transition, but it might work.
Also, if you read a bit about Nick Land, who is pro-capital and wants to accelerate capital to its limits, the future he envisions is post-human, machines becoming autonomous, and so on. It's not "muh invisible hand satisfies the needs of everyone!", it's literally posited against humanity.
Then, there is the question of the tendency of the rate of profit to fall, as >>1157460
pointed out, but I'm not yet qualified enough to talk about this.