It's amazing to think how far Nintendo has come along with paid DLC in the last few years. The Nintendo of five years ago seemed to be very reluctant to consider adding content to their games, though admittedly the DS and Wii didn't have the best infrastructure for this kind of thing. Now it's an almost regular occurrence for Nintendo games to feature DLC and while there have been instances that could certainly be seen as being a bit unfair to the consumer, Nintendo's output has generally been respectable and focused on suitably expanding upon the game it's being developed for.
If data miners from The Cutting Room Floor are to be believed, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is due to receive DLC at some point in the future. Unused lines from The Great Tripini suggest that there will be free updates to the game that will add more content and that there will be new areas added to the Drablands. It appears that some of this content will be paid DLC, but there's certainly the possibility that there will be free content as well. Here's a few quotes:
Okay, let's get real now. A new area of the Drablands is now available for purchase from the Nintendo eShop. Would you like to go to Nintendo eShop to get more information?
Go to eShop
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?
You must download the latest update before purchasing add-on content.
In addition to this, five blank entries in the costume name file were found that were labelled sys_costume_dlc_02 to sys_costume_dlc_06, which strongly seems to indicate that new costumes will be added in to the game at some point.
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