It’s also a library that was caught unprepared like Moment.js. Without modularization it was dropped from some projects because every 1kB of fat is too much when you load 5MB of analytical tools.
However, now it’s 2023, and Lodash 5 is two years past the schedule. The list of changes in that release was significant with an emphasis on lowering the size and modularization, issues that were sinking Lodash in some teams.
So the roadmap was very well thought through and Lodash 5, when released, will be able to catch some breath and show again how really useful it is, if it didn’t already.