Yes, in both TCC/LE and TCC. In fact on my laptop I have a 3-line prompt:
line 1 - battery information (AC charging or not; available charge)
line 2 - operating environment (date and time, OS, current user, starting hotkey (stand-alone only), home drive, command processor version/build)
line 3 - CWD
On desktop line 1 is absent.
The same batch file generates the complete prompt on all of my systems. The 3 elements which can change during the life of a single instance of the command processor are date, time, and default directory, each of which is supported explicitly by the special characters listed in the HELP for the PROMPT command.
Note that ANSI X3.64 is only relevant if it is enabled in the .INI file (see OPTION command); I only use it to color-code the fields in line 2 so they could be easily discerned.