Chip j DHW Rollei still makes MF film cameras, Holga and Lomography still make MF cameras, Linhof still makes MF cameras, Zero Image still makes MF cameras, Mamiya still sells and maybe still makes MF cameras, Ebony still makes MF cameras and the list goes on and on. There are currently more makers of MF equipment than 35mm cameras not the other way around.
Also baachitraka is right please do not underestimate 35mm. Some of the greatest and most iconic images of the 20th century were made with them, also with MF and LF cameras of course. Some scenes and subjects are better suited to the 35mm aestethics and some to the MF and LF look.
recently I'm revisiting 35 mm after doing a lot of shooting and printing with 120. i find that with 35 mm it's easier to accentuate the nature of film more than it is with the larger formats, where it's more about resolution and gradation.