The next decade is very promising for cosmology as new surveys such as SPHEREx, Roman, Euclid, DESI which will shed light on inflation, dark matter/energy and more. At the same time there are particle detectors, some of which are still being built, looking to directly detect dark matter, e.g SuperCDMS, XENONnt, LUX-Zeplin, etc. The LHC is also looking to produce dark matter in collisions.
I am wondering, in the next decade, which approach to studying dark matter is projected to be more active or bring us closer to understanding dark matter?
It seems that the large-scale sky surveys are guaranteed to produce a wealth of data and tighten constraints on cosmological parameters, but the particle detector approach is possibly a hit or miss in that the energies required to produce dark matter in an accelerator may be inaccessible and the interactions required to detect it by low-energy recoils may be too weak to be observed.
Perhaps my understanding of the field is incorrect in which case I hope someone might enlighten me.