There's never a set release time for UEStudio after a new version of UE has been introduced. There are a lot of variables, and IDM doesn't even commit to a specific date, because they would rather release something done right than "by X date."
First, all bugs introduced by a new version of UE must be taken care of and tested. IDM likes to have a good window of time to thoroughly have UE tested by a large user base.
Next, the new UE core will be integrated into UEStudio, sometimes adding additional features to UEStudio at the same time (not always.)
Finally, a testing phase of UEStudio will need to take place, and then a release of UEStudio will happen.
In my experience, I have seen this take from 3 weeks to over 2 months. It will be here when it is here. If you have UEStudio set up to check for updates, then you will know about it when it happens.
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I'm in no hurry. Since I recently upgraded my system to a SSD, I've decided to not download every single release/hotfix that comes out for UE/UES. I'll be upgrading to UE 20 and UES 14 approximately 5-6 weeks after the release of UEStudio, which will be when I can be sure that there won't be several "rapid release hotfixes" to address issues, as by that time UE and UES should both be quite stable until the next major revision comes out. The reason I take this approach is to minimize the writes to my new SSD in order to prolong it's life.
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