The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Paid DLC rumored to arrive soon

On October 23, ‘The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes’ finally went on sale in the Old Continent, a spin off delivery into the saga of the hero of Hyrule for Nintendo 3DS where three players have to solve puzzles in a manner of cooperatively either locally or online multiplayer.

The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes Screenshot

The Legend of Zelda Tri Force Heroes Screenshot

It seems that Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U and Mario Kart 8 will not have the only rights to receive additional paid content, since Nintendo might have the intention to add paid DLC’s to the last title that just came out for Nintendo 3DS: The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. Thanks to media The Cutting Room Floor who made ​​the discovery, we learned of the existence of texts that have not been used in the game in which Harapia, the city where the adventure unfolds, you might receive new areas other than those already included.

This is not all as they have also found five blank entries in the costume name file termed as sys_costume_dlc_02 to sys_costume_dlc_06. This file seems to suggest that new costumes will be also added in the game later in the future.

We have shared the fragments below in which the character clearly tells us the need to pay for the new DLC to reach new areas previously unseen and even mentions the eShop. We emphasize that Nintendo has not ruled on the matter and these are just merely assumptions. What do you guys think?

You’ll have to pay to, ah…access the
new areas…

On the other hand, the latest update
is free, so… You, uh, you wanna
download that update, buddy?

Yes please!

Maybe later

You must download the latest update
before purchasing add-on content.

Oh, hey, hero-buddy…

Looks like you haven’t, uh…got the
latest update yet… You’ll need it to
go to the new areas in the Drablands.

Gooootcha, bud…

Then I’ll, um, close your game and
take you to Nintendo eShop.

I’ll save your game before we go,
buddy. Is that, ah, okay with you?

Proceed

Cancel

Okay then… Lemme take you to
Nintendo eShop… Let’s roll!

Right on, little hero buddy.
I’ll just, ah, hang around here then,
shall I? Such nice weather here…

Oh, what…? Looks like you, um…
You’ve already got the newest
Drablands data, bud…
I wish I could go, too…

In the meantime, I, uh… I’ll hang out
on Miiverse, so, ah… Post me some
Drablands snaps, will ya, buddy…?
Enjoy life!
Enjoy the Drablands!

Okay, let’s get real now. A new area of
the Drablands is now available for
purchase from Nintendo eShop.
Would you like to go to Nintendo
eShop to get more information?

Go to eShop

No thanks

Okay, let’s get real now. There’s one
more area of the Drablands available
for purchase from Nintendo eShop.
Would you like to go to Nintendo
eShop to get more information?

Go to eShop

No thanks

Okay, let’s get real now. New areas of
the Drablands are now available for
purchase from Nintendo eShop.
Would you like to go to Nintendo
eShop to get more information?

Go to eShop

No thanks

To play the add-on content, a
software update is required. Close
the software and download the latest
update from Nintendo eShop?

Don’t download

Download

You can’t go to Nintendo eShop
if you don’t, ah, save first, buddy.

Well, let ol’ Trip know when you
change your mind, all right?”