No "official" answer from Autodesk--but I would highly suspect the answer is YES.
Revit 2014 will most likely be released in April, so by then it should have gone thru Windows 8 testing and certification.
We are using Revit 2013 on Windows 8 with update 2 installed, and we haven't had any problems. You have to install the update 2 or you will have problems. We like windows 8 so far, and we haven't run into any incompatibilities. I do hope that 2014 is more touch friendly! Right now, it doesn't take advantage of any touch functions.
System Requirements and compatibility for Revit 2014 will be posted in our website once it is released. For now, there are no updates yet from our Development Team regarding it.
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