It's unclear if these releases would mark the first ones for the shoe or if it could be in stores even sooner. Either way, a release this year would set a new record for the shortest span between Jordan signature shoes, which traditionally release a year apart from one another. This schedule was thrown off by the Jordan 30, which released almost a year and a half after the Jordan 29.
Based on this info, it sounds like there's a black/red colorway coming that references the original Air Jordan 1 and something called the "Fine Print" Jordan 31. If this release info holds, the Jordan 31 will be releasing on the same day the iconic "Banned" Jordan 1 makes its return.