Well yes and no.
Any tool sold as a subscription will at some point exceed it’s fair market value as compared to the same tool sold as a one time cost.
As presented as a product this particular tool is common in most applications like 3ds Max, Maya, Blender and even Daz Studio so my concern and as my reason for the question is why is the use of a hammer subjected to a monthly subscription fee?
My concern here as well is the general trend towards renting under a subscription plan of useful tool sets that could be affordable as a one time cost where the share volume of needed basic tools becomes very expensive with in the hidden cost as amortized over a year.
101 stuff over time renting, subscribing over time cost you more with the only benefit is renting your tools can be written of as a tax deduction.