I wouldn’t. The fluid is thicker than new - being full of metal particles from all those miles of never being changed. (If this would be the FIRST)
Every fluid change I’ve ever seen on high mileage leads to slipping gears/moving parts. Oil or tranny or rear diff. You asked for opinions, that’s mine. Worked in an oil lube shop. Not claiming to be a ASE mechanic. Just what I’ve seen. New fluids are way thinner and full of detergents.
Drain and fill and again 6mo to a year and again after that. After that you can flush if you'd like at your next interval. Some auto's do not take kindly to a flush if they haven't had fresh fluid in a good long while.