I am looking for an adjective that corresponds to the adverb soon, to fit a sentence such as:
That feature will be added in an [adjective] update.
Is there an adjective with the same meaning as soon?
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"Imminent" and "impending" should suffice.
You can also say "in a jiffy" if it's gonna be real quick. Pronto is another good, though informal, word meaning "quick".
up·com·ing | \ ˈəp-ˌkə-miŋ \
Definition of upcoming
: forthcoming, approaching
[Source: Merriam-Webster Dictionary]
'Upcoming' could work for that sentence and is commonly used in this situation. M-W gives some recent examples on the Web:
Along with Tim, Sir Elton John and Beyoncé will also be working on the upcoming soundtrack.
— Victoria Rodriguez, Seventeen, "Everything We Know About the Live-Action "Lion King" So Far," 10 Apr. 2019
As royal reporter Katie Nicholl reveals in her upcoming book, Harry and Meghan: Life, Loss, and Love, Von Westenholz—a publicist for Ralph Lauren—apparently gave Harry Meghan's number.
— Rachel Epstein, Marie Claire, "Royal Reporter Katie Nicholl Details Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Blind Date," 8 Apr. 2019
That feature will be added in an update coming soon.
I guess coming soon would be called an adjectival phrase.
I may be missing part of the question, as dialog about it seems to have been deleted, but: