It's December 8, the year is drawing to a close, and Sony is still keeping tight-lipped over its much-touted plan to release Home before Christmas, despite new reports of its release "in the next 10 days".
With no release date and only weeks to go before the day of turkey-slaughtering and excessive mince pie munching, it's timely release would seem unlikely, but Sony has remained adamant it'll be out this year, and a feature on Times Online appears to agree.
"To try Home, which is slated for release in the next 10 days, players must download a piece of free software from Sony's PlayStation store onto their own PS3," says the site in a article published yesterday.
Maybe they know something the rest of the world doesn't, or there's been some jumping of the gun, but that would mean Home's release will happen by next Wednesday.
As expected, Sony gave us a swift "no comment", but we hope this one's accurate.
It can't be far off. Sony invited over 100,000 people to try out the release version of Home in late November, saying that the public release "will not be far behind".