I think we will have to agree to disagree on this one. 🙂
I went down the Enscape route and paid for it many years ago. I saw the Twinmotion deal and knew it was a plan from Epic to get users addicted to it and then begin charging for it! It is a marketing technique. The deal that Graphisoft is promoting is an Enscape promotion. Not a Graphisoft one. The goal of Enscape is to reduce the cost of entry for Archicad users that are used to Twinmotion and are interested in finding an alternative and purchasing their software. That is all it is nothing more.
In response to your final paragraph, I 100% agree that visualisation is moving faster than AC can develop. Sadly you can't expect Graphisoft to pay other software vendors to make their software capable of working with Archicad. The visualisation software vendors are going to do what they can do to increase their marketshare, if that means developing workflows for Archicad connectivity then they will invest, otherwise if they don't think the market is what they are after they won't invest.