Either if The prices are properly set. Subscription way too high at the moment.
Sadly I like many just use construct2 more as hobby. However I find the free version too limiting as I might occasionally try and sell something just to help offset some of the associated costs e.g. where I have bought audio or images. However if I was to total what I sold over the next 10 years I suspect I would still never reach the limit for a professional version.
As a hobby I was happy to indulge myself and pay for a license knowing that I could spread it over a few years before I paid for the next big upgrade. However the current proposed subscription is way more than I would be prepared to pay in order to play at writing games.
No doubt scirra have taken this path deliberately and after much research. Intending to dramatically reduce the number of users (easing support issues), but increase the revenue from each "serious user". Additionally by moving to a subscription model they help lock many of those users in.
I believe this is a seriously flawed approach and I sincerely hope they change their mind and tweak their model to allow users to continue to use the last version they had downloaded before their subscription ran (out including the editor). I know they say it is not their intention to hold our games hostage but that is exactly what they are planning to do.
Whatever they do I wish them well as I have enjoyed my time using construct2.