These will be arriving with us in the next week and will be our last releases this year.
Does "will be arriving" imply that he has "no power" on the sending of the releases, I mean the sending of the releases does not depend on the writer (he is not sending the releases)
I saw this example:
John won't be driving to work any more after his arrest for being drunk at the wheel.
I was told that future continuous can be used in this example because it does not depend on John. It is not his own will like in my example :it does not depend on the writer 's will .
Do you think this was the reason for choosing future continuous in my example?
If it was him that was going to send the releases could the writer use "are arriving" because he could predict with "more precisions" when the releases should be arriving.