Latest FreeBSD for RPi2

I've found these two versions and wondered if I can expect a RELEASE version sometime....
Releases may appear but are not to be expected. ARM is still a Tier 2 platform so it doesn't have to follow the release schedules. Not yet at least.

32-bit ARM is officially a Tier 2 architecture, as the FreeBSD project does not provide official releases or pre-built packages for this platform due to it primarily targeting the embedded arena. However, FreeBSD/ARM is being actively developed and maintained, is well supported, and provides an excellent framework for building ARM-based systems. FreeBSD/arm supports ARMv4 and ARMv5 processors. FreeBSD/armv6 supports ARMv6 and ARMv7 processors, including SMP on the latter.

Initial support for 64-bit ARM is complete. 64-bit ARM platforms follow a set of standard conventions, and a single FreeBSD build will work on hardware from multiple vendors. As a result, FreeBSD will provide official releases for FreeBSD/arm64 and packages will be available. FreeBSD/arm64 is on the path to becoming a Tier 1 architecture.
You only need to browse into the releases directory on the ftp server which you gave a link to -- see:

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PS: ARM developments are discussed on the quite active freebsd-arm mailing list.