Sure, they'll still sell piledriver chips for AM3+ while that gap still exists in the product line. Otherwise, AMD is investing in the future that's not possible on the current socket/chipset.
Just take a look at the work AMD is doing around IOMMU and the changes made to GCN to support a unified address space between CPU and GPU. Not to mention virtualized I/O between thousands of CPUs with Freedom Fabric. AMD has more customers in mind than just enthusiasts and gamers (read: servers and HPC) and the CPUs and platforms will have to change accordingly, unless they want all the orders going to IBM and intel.
Originally Posted by NaroonGTX
AMD isn't getting rid of Socket AM3+ right now. They are merely focusing more on their APU's. For people who want more than 2 modules, that's what FX is for.