The thing is that they don't have rights to cubicle's work, so they can't rerelease anything. At minimum, they must do new classes/abilities/cultures, and I wouldn't be surprised if they also need to adapt the journey/council rules/etc to better fit TOR 2e ones.I see it being more likely to be a rerelease (probably with different art) than an actual new version of the game.
No reason to be disingenuous, everyone has different tastes. 5e isn't perfect, but TOR isn't for me.people who refuse to play anything else
.I like TOR2e more but I did play AiME and enjoyed it too, so I'm not saying this out of some kind of system elitism, but I don't think there'll be much for AiME besides a re-release. It's still very much playable and it's the same ruleset. At most I think FL might do what C7 did and convert new TOR2e supplements to AiME's ruleset, but so far AiME already has an Eriador book of its own. There's really not a ton that can be done with it except for re-releasing it so you can (legally) get it again. As others said too it's probably in a sort of "copyright hell" right now since FL may not have the rights to the product specifically, meaning they have to basically rewrite and redraw it from scratch for resale.