There's a possibility of anything, really, but I wouldn't hold my breath. They've got a pretty comprehensive solution with Logic Remote, save for a tactile interface. I can't imagine them investing a ton of R&D and manufacturing into a device that will barely sell when considered against the success of the other devices.
Oh, I see David commented while I was typing! I still want a really good control surface solution for my own studio in the eventual future, but I may have to go with the Avid hardware because sometimes we just can't escape Pro Tools. (I always really wanted the Euphonix>Avid Artist series controllers… shame they got discontinued.) Can't go wrong with the Mackies now though…
[ 2019 16” MBP: 2.3 GHz 8-Core, 64 GB RAM, 2 TB; OS X.15.7; LP X.5.1.
Early-'08 Mac Pro (3,1): 2.8 GHz 8-Core, 16 GB RAM; OS 10.11.6; Logic X.3.3. ]