I don’t know anything about their update/addition history, but there is room to add some items. According to WKstats, there are 155 joyo kanji not covered by WK, so I would expect that to be the likely point of focus if they choose to add more material. The material covered here gives access to the vast majority of joyo and frequently used kanji.
When I first started studying Japanese in 2001, the joyo kanji list was shorter. There were only 1,945. Now, there are 2,136.