If you have been a keen fan of Battlefield 4, you must have spend some of your time battling through the first two DLC packs of the game i.e. China Rising and Second Assault.
If you liked them, you would certainly be ready for the third DLC. It has been confirmed by DICE that premium users will be able to get their hands on Battlefield 4 Naval Strike in late March.
Although that isn’t really a release date, but it still narrows down the window to a fortnight.
Key features listed on the official page of Battlefield 4 Naval Strike include four maps straight from the South China Sea, five additions to the weapons list, new vehicles, more assignments and a new mode.
Here is a rundown on the prominent features:
- Lost Islands Map
- Nansha Strike Map
- Wave Breaker Map
- Operation Mortar Map
- 5 weapons all-new to Battlefield 4
- Introducing the amphibious hovercraft vehicle
- 3GL (3 grenade launcher) attachment for the Assault class
- Anti-Heli Mine; an aircraft disabling projectile for the Engineer class
The news that Battlefield 4 Naval Strike will release in late March further strengthens the rumors that suggested the DLC’s release on March 18. What actually happened was that Origin Denmark mistakenly listed the DLC with a release date, hence the rumors.
Once the DLC has been released to the premium users, it will be released to the general public two weeks later. Being a premium user also gets you four additional expansions along with 12 battlepacks and a lot more.
Who is eager for Battlefield 4 Naval Strike DLC?