There is still a lot of work to be done prior to service. It is getting its Wi-Fi installed amongst others and since the plane has GE engines it will need to get ETOPS certification.
It's in MSP getting Wifi and undergoing it's delivery inspection and initial A330-CF6 training for TechOps. There's a lot to do--most of it is paperwork, legal and regulatory in nature. The next delivered frame will enter service a lot faster.
Expected EIS for 3322 is the first week of July once ETOPS proving runs are complete. It will stay close to home on existing A330 routes at first. MSP-AMS-ATL-AMS-DTW are likely.