Those of you who are still playing Battlefield 4 despite the multiple woes DICE and Electronic Arts have suffered might be happy to hear that the next piece of downloadable content, Naval Strike, has received a new trailer today.
Accompanying the trailer is a release date announcement of March 25 for Battlefield 4 Premium members and April 8 for everyone else. Containing four new sea themed multiplayer maps (Lost Islands, Nansha Strike, Wave Breaker, and Operation Mortar), the new amphibious ACV Hovercraft which can seamlessly traverse land and sea, and more.
Carrier Assault, an homage to Battlefield 2142's Titan mode, tasks players with taking down the enemy team's aircraft carrier by launching missiles throughout the map.
Electronic Arts didn't specify how much the DLC would cost independently but assuming it will align with the rest of the content released it will cost $14.99. Premium costs $49.99 and saves gamers $25 over purchasing the content separately.