I think it's a little early, given that this round hasn't been officially released, and no commercial ammo is available for it yet. I'm sure most of the manufacturers will wait until it's released to determine the level of interest. Remember, it's not just about making new barrels and bolts available, but also providing support in the form of both parts and technical support for years to come. That's potentially expensive, and a lot to invest into something whose sales potential is utterly unknown at this time.
It could be the next .40S&W, and it could be the next .45WinMag. You never know.