Not if their fanbois wise up and stop paying.
The day will arrive, if it hasn't already, and gamers will just say no to the constant cycle of paid updates, special editions that run $200 and don't deliver a better game play experience thanks to a 20 year old game engine. Oh, and what's that we see on the horizon from Bethesda? Microtransactions? Paying $18 each for third party mods blessed by the publisher and sold on Bethesda's online store?
Somehow I don't think they're going to break even with the sales on this one. Everyone has moved on to RDR 2. Even Game Stop took down their promotional posters days after Fallout 76 dropped.