Yes; sort of. I tried two ways, plugged in straight via USB-C and plugged in via USB-C via the hyperdrive dongle.
Both ways, I could use two mics recording simultaneously. I didn’t test anymore than that.
Plugged in directly, it does not seem to send audio back out to the Studio 68c. Plugged in via the Hyperdrive, you can use the audio port on that. (However Hyperdrive is terrible and it has a loud hiss at all volume levels.) A workaround would be to use the USB-A into the hyperdrive and Apple’s headphone dongle into the USB-C. That gets rid of the hiss
There may be more settings; I only poked around for a few minutes to see if it would work for you.
UPDATE: it does seem to work fully, on my second try. Both in with two condensers and out to the interface (at least to headphones). Shows option for 24bit, I’m guessing just 44.1khz. I’ll keep poking around with GarageBand, but I hate the GUI. Good for being truly portable though!