Canon has released some mightily impressive lenses to go with its RF system cameras, but the lineup still needs a lot of gaps filled in. It seems that they'll be releasing a bevy of RF lenses in the future.
Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon is planning to release six to eight RF mount lenses in 2020, some of which will include f/4L zoom lenses and non-L lenses along with more esoteric and/or advanced designs. This is certainly good news, as while lenses like the new RF 28-70mm f/2L USM are definitely highly impressive, they're also highly expensive, and with cameras like the EOS RP providing very cheap mirrorless full frame options (with rumors circulating that an even cheaper body is in the works), some photographers would surely prefer some more affordable lens options.
In addition to the 2020 lenses, it's rumored that an RF 85mm f/1.2L will be announced next month, bringing the classic and highly popular portrait lens to the mirrorless mount. It's likely that the new version would have some improvements over the Mark II EF version, likely improving wide open sharpness and chromatic aberrations. Either way, it's good to see the mirrorless race continuing to heat up.