When I started using Bunpro back when it first released I was barely N4 and so since the site wasn’t complete it wasn’t really a big deal for me. I always thought by the time I reached the higher levels it’d all be ready.
Well I’m just now finishing my N1 textbook and intending to take N1 mid next year but still the N1 bunpro course is barely past a quarter done. I’m not too fussed because I’m fine to use alternative routes but I’m more concerned because I’m a big proponent of Bunpro, I recommend it to anyone looking to study Japanese but I can’t recommend it in good faith if I feel like it’s on the cusp of being abandoned.
If we take the rate of grammar point development since the start of N1 lesson 2 to now then in more than 4 months there have been 25 new grammar points added. Taking the assumption that there will 220 N1 points when completed that means it will be almost 2 and a half years from the creation of this post until N1 is complete. In that time with dedication you could go from no Japanese knowledge to legitimately N1 yourself.
Of course I don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes and there could be new grammar points around the corner, I have asked in the past to no answer on what the future looks like N1 Update! - August 26, 2020
Are we able to get some more information on the future roadmap of bunpro?