The first was designed for the postponed April 2020 release date, which was already the second (or third ?) abandoned release date due to the global Covid-19 pandemic.
The second one-sheet was used for what was the final release date in November 2021.
With the benefit of time since my last viewing I think that "No Time To Die" was both a bold and worthy conclusion to the Daniel Craig era. Part progressive, part retrospective, and the book-end to an almost complete universe outside of the previous James Bond timeline. "No Time To Die" has proven to be a very controversial addition to the Bond canon among Bond fans, and film fans in general, yet it has also re-invigorated a franchise that this year celebrates it's 60th anniversary. And the most interesting question everyone asks is "Where to next ?". James Bond will return.