Do you ever feel like you can't get enough of The Legend of Zelda? Well, you might see downloadable content for titles like The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds in the future.

In an interview on Nintendo Life, series producer Eiji Aonuma said that he and his team are looking into creating DLC for future Zelda games.

"We're certainly looking at different ways to add on content that would enhance the experience for the user - maybe more places to explore or just to enrich the experience beyond what is on the disc," Aonuma said. "But we also have to take into consideration that if we charge for this content then it needs to be worth it for the user."

As long as we don't see any Epona Horse Armor, we'll probably be cool with whatever DLC they'll pump out for any Zelda games.

DLC has been a big part of some recent Nintendo hits, increasing the replay value of titles like Fire Emblem Awakening.

Let us know if you'd want to add more to Link's adventures in future games and whether or not you'd be willing to pay for an extended experience.