I have done that now. The VST2 seems to be OK. I never use VST2 anymore though.
I canceled the sub before finding there was a VST2 on my system. It killed my creativity this AM and I have plenty of other tools to choose from. Bad first impression.
Regardless, IDK if the first install asked me if I would like VST3 but I routinely choose that if given the option. So, I had the VST3 installed. Started messing about with laggy UI. Made some progress in spite of the GUI and then just go fed up.
So then I couldnt find a VST2 for Vital in Cubase. I tried to run the installer to errrrr… install the VST2. It just ran without asking me what I would like to install for plugin formats.
I still had no VST2 (in Cubase). Hmmmm.
I didnt go digging much beyond that because TBH all I wanted to do was make some noise this AM and this was already too much mucking about in my OS.
But since you asked, I then went back and dug around in my Audio/Plugins/VST folder and renamed the VST3 to VST3.old and then checked the VST2 folder. It has a Vital in there.
So then I opened Cubase to mess about and it all worked.
So yeah, seems like VST2 works. Maybe remove VST3 from the installer until its resolved? It was a poor experience that didnt have to be that way. It cost the dev a sub in fact.
You could say Im fickle. You wouldn’t be wrong. Ill just say this, when there is only so much time in a day for me to write music and the tools get in the way of that… Its an easy choice.