Even though the Right-wing candidate Norbert Hofer of the FPÖ finally conceded, once again the fact that these parties are coming so close to power and are gaining in popularity indicates there's a growing wave of sentiment with their positions and ideology.
No one can predict the future and yet it would seem if things continue as they are, let alone in the face of some kind of catalyst/crisis then it would seem that France, Austria, and some of the Scandinavian nations are likely to see Right-wing administrations.
The US in fomenting the tensions with Russia is also fueling this Right-ward turn. During the 1970s and 1980s the European Far Right also tended to have rather mixed feelings about the United States. That said, the US actively employed not a few fascists and actual ex-Nazis that were still involved in political and clandestine operations.
However with the rise of the EU and the growing tensions with Russia the Far Right is increasingly finding common cause in the 'unofficial' US agenda for Europe.