Possibly. Sometimes unforseen issues cause a knife to be pushed back to the next calendar year, or even later. It's happened before and I'm sure it'll happen again.
I think the Rhino is a good example, where it was planned, built, delivered to Spyderco, and the quality wasn't up to spec. Since Spyderco still wanted to make the knife, they had to source a new manufacturer, get all the tooling built and set up, and then wait for it to fit into that factory's schedule (and we're still waiting on it to be delivered). But better to get a great knife late than a mediocre knife on time.