Nothing official yet, but there's every indication that Hasselblad will have a T/S lens available in the near future.
That's the good news. The bad news is that it will be designed to ONLY be usable with an H3D, In other words, if you own and use an H1 or H2, and don't use a Hasselblad digital back, you're out of luck.
The reason for this is that the lens will reply on optical corrections done in software. That software will be built into their digital backs, rather than made available as part of their raw processing software.
One can ask oneself why Hasselblad has taken this route. If one were to be cynical it would be easy to assume that it is an attempt to force photographers to use Hasselblad backs rather than those from Leaf, Phase or Sinar. Because, if Hasselblad really wanted to serve the interests of their camera owners, past and future, they would make the lens work with all models of the H series cameras, and make the software component part of the raw processor, something like what DXO does.
Simple business logic then requires one to speculate – will Hasselblad make more money providing a lens which can be used by all H series owners, or by making a desirable lens that forces users to buy their expensive (high margin) backs? The same goes for their 28mm ultra-wide lens, which only works on the H3D.
I suppose that Hasselblad's management thought that this was an approach that would yield strong sales among new H series buyers because a line of lenses that require the use of a Hasselblad back might force more back purchases. Existing H series owners moving to digital, likewise. Those that already have another brand of digital back; the hell with them. They're almost certainly lost as potential Hasselblad digital back owners anyhow.
But that was before the Hy6 camera and a resurgent Mamiya. Hasselblad is no longer the only game in town. I therefore believe that this might well prove to be a business decision that Hasselblad's management comes to regret.
Sorry to hijack your question with my little soapbox speech, but as a Hasselblad owner (two H bodies, 5 lenses and a non-Hasselblad digital back (and a film back), I am a stakeholder in the company, and am incensed by this flawed buiness strategy. I hope that exposing it to as many people as possible can do something to bring the company to its senses.