Sony has delayed virtually every single first party release at least once this generation, it would be more surprising if something came out when they said it would. Zero reason to ever believe a relase date they put out, hope people keep that in mind for E3.
I feel like a called it when they announced it was aiming for late 2016. The delay was expected.
But I think what annoys me more is Sony constantly dating their games way too early. Any reasonable person could see that a new, expansive IP, from a studio that hasn't done anything like this before, should not have been dated 2016. It's just annoying, because them dating something just means nothing. And most people on here knew it, so how the hell did they not know it?
They may as well say, 'it's coming out on your birthday!'. It'd be as fucking accurate.
Who said Titanfall 2 and Destiny 2 were Q1? Titanfall 2, if anything, is looking like it'll be end of this year. Destiny 2 will be September 2017 if we're sticking with the September trajectory the series has been accustomed to with the release of Destiny 1, Taken King and the next expansion (I swore I saw a hint around here it was planned for September time again).
I don't think this is a big deal. It might have to do with Neo. I think what would be more telling is multiplatform games on PS4 that release later than their Xbox One counterparts. I am guessing we are going to see a lot of this for developers to implement "Neo" mode. Hopefully, 3rd party titles aren't going to get delayed also otherwise this could mean trouble for Sony as it is totally reliant on 3rd party right now.