Over the past week, despite a few hiccups, Battlefield 4‘s third multiplayer expansion, Naval Strike, launched for all Battlefield 4 Premium subscribers across all platforms.
Today, developer DICE announced that those who are not subscribed to Battlefield 4’s Premium service will get their hands on the ocean-warfare add-on this April 15. That’s not quite the expected April 9 launch, but a delay in the Xbox One and PC Premium launches have seemingly pushed back the non-Premium launch back by a few extra days.
Naval Strike introduces four new maps, five new weapons, two new gadgets, the new hovercraft vehicle, the new Carrier Assault game mode, and much more. Non-Premium members can pick it up for $14.99.
Meanwhile, DICE recently noted that the studio is “unhappy” with recent server performance, and is looking to upgrade their services soon in order the “rubber-banding” issues a number of players are noticing on 64-player matches.