I hope so, however I love C2 in general, but I have a bit concerns with C3 to be honest. Reason being that I feel that even though C2 is easy to use and a lot of things keeps getting updated and new features added. There are still a lot of issues hanging around, that doesn't seem to get improved or fix, or reaching the point where they should or could be.
Meaning on the surface there seems to be hardly any limit to what you can do, but the moment you scratch the surface, a lot of the main elements that are needed to make certain types of games are simply not possible. Which starts to get annoying, that its such things that decide what you can do and not do, rather than a lack of imagination.
And personally for me, whenever there is an update, I hope some of these issues are being addressed, but instead its normally just new features, which ofc can be useful. But makes little difference if the main problem is found in a broken/bugged part of C2, that prevent you from doing something regardless of any new features.
So seeing that C3 might be on the way, will most likely mean that C2 will be left in a "broken" state. Which at least to me doesn't encourage me to buy C3, even though it might not be true, I think it gives the impression that they are not all that concerned about quality and good functionality, compared to amount of features, that can be added to a list of things you can do, just as long as you don't really need them.
Personally I see little point in the importance of supporting every single operating system in world, if core of the program, doesn't allow you to really do what I guess most users enjoy when using C2, which is to make and design the games you like, the way or as close to the way you would like them to be.
So I will watch C3 come a long with great concerns for C2