DICE has confirmed that the PC version of their third expansion Naval Strike for Battlefield has been delayed, with no ETA on when the water-based military destruction will hit computer monitors.
Originally planned to launch tonight for premium members and April 8th for non-premium members, DICE has revealed on the official blog that an issue was detected, preventing the expansion from being pushed out. "Quality is our number one priority" reads the post, "and we will not release Battlefield 4 Naval Strike on PC until we feel it meets the highest quality level possible."
We are also working on a larger update to release alongside Battlefield 4 Naval Strike on PC that will address the issue of Tablet Commander not working correctly. Once we have a confirmed date for PC, we’ll be sure to update those players on our official channels. We appreciate your patience and look forward to seeing everyone on the Battlefield.
For console players it seems the schedule is still going forward, with PlayStation and Xbox premium members getting access to Naval Strike tonight. The new expansion will add four new water-based maps, and the introduction of Carrier Assault game mode, a new take on the classic Titan Mode of Battlefield 2142.
The expansions Dragon's Teeth and Final Stand are the last two expansions, and are planned to release sometime during Winter 2014.