Given how successful Cyberverse seems to have been
The show is painfully average. It's not bad but it's not that great either. It just kind of exists.
The Transformers comic too come to think of it.
They had the right idea with the HUB as their main three shows all started off pretty great only for Prime to coast on their animation and Renegades to be cancelled. MLP lasted until now and certainly would qualify as an unmitigated success.
Just judging on what has sold in my general area-I've seen Cyberverse turn over a LOT more than the Generations segments. It might not be a FiM breakout, but I feel Cyberverse is generally doing what Hasbro WANTS it to do. Quality of the series really isn't a factor in that analysis, we've seen crap shows last WAY too long with toys, while great shows seemingly get barely anything.
The issue with Hub was that it had limited exposure. And despite being a "partner" Discovery sure put a lot of the onus of the channel on Hasbro's shoulders. Regardless how good the shows might have been, it seems like it wasn't reaching enough or the right kind of audience. People like to cite MLP's success, but I recall the show taking a couple seasons to really strike it big.
From my perspective, Cyberverse appears to be working, and I think a LOT of that has to do with exposure. The series has aired on Cartoon Network, Youtube, and had the first batch of episodes rolled out to Netflix in time for season 2. That's a LOT of avenues we haven't seen Hasbro hit at the same time before.
Even if a new GI Joe animated series follow's Cyberverse's footsteps (Evergreen designs with short form episodes with a rough season arc), if they can hit the same exposure levels, I think that line could be successful (commercially, if not critically, akin to Cyberverse's reception)