Earlier we had the emergence of a huge rumor regarding 343 Industries and their latest title Halo Infinite. A leaker called Bathrobe Spartan had posted a lot of information that didn't paint a very good picture about the future of the game.
According to rumors, Joseph Staten and his team were working on several story DLCs for the campaign, which would be released over the years. However, with the departure of much of 343 Industries' workforce, including Bonnie Ross, the DLCs would have been cancelled.
After these rumors spread, well-known journalist and insider Jason Schreier of the Bloomberg portal decided to investigate. According to him, although 343 Industries is really focused on multiplayer, such information regarding DLCs is false, as these contents were never in development.
I asked a few people about this information. While it's true that 343 is focused on multiplayer, the stuff about campaign DLC being scrapped is untrue (I don't think there were many plans about it to begin with), and much of the information is either wrong or just speculation.
Jason wasn't the only one who claimed such claims are false.
Windows Central journalist Jez Corden shared the same, stating that the DLCs for the story never got beyond just conversations.