Most likely it's June 7th to announce the new version and then about a month later in July 7th its' the actual release.
Like they've always done.
Don't forget that 'Announcement' and 'Release' are not the same thing.
Announcement us just a PR thing where they let you know that it's coming (and when), and what new features there are (if any) along with (I believe) Beta-testers being released from their NDA's to finally be able to talk about the new version and their experience using it and answer questions (my timeline on that last one may be off)
In between those two dates the licenses for subscription are upgraded and updated to be ready for the new version when its release in a window during which you don't get charged (for SSA subscription folks) and after which you get charged the full upgrade fee.
At least that's my understanding of how the process is supposed to work,
P.S. - Of course, it behooves mentioning that all this could be wrong since it's predicated on information gleaned from a Russian reseller's website (who themselves may have jumped the gun with that announcement) and not from the actual horse's mouth (Graphisoft) itself.
So taking it all with a giant heaping helping of Sodium Chloride.
I just found this :
'*Join us for this year's Archicad 25 Launch Event.* -Thu, Jul 8, 2021 4:00 AM - 5:30 AM CEST
"We're looking forward to seeing you at our live online event where we present our highlights of Archicad 25 and review the year that's been.
This year we also welcome industry experts along with product managers from both GRAPHISOFT and Central Innovation for a live Q&A.
Looking forward to seeing you there! https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8190347193284734733?source=Socials
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