My guess? Yes.
It has a major ammo company for support, and a major rifle company, Savage, offering it as an option.
Of course that isn't a recipe for success. But considering that it is Hornady and Savage, instead of a single company (like the 6mm Rem or 264 Win) we see a broader industry acceptance.
And the broader the acceptance, the better the chance it will last. I think it will remain a niche cartridge though, similar to the 6.5x284, but I think it will stick around.
Machine guns are awesome until you have to carry one.