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DICE has sent word that premium members on the Xbox One platform will now be able to gain access to the water-themed expansion Naval Strike after the developer delayed it earlier this week to address animation issues. Sadly, PC players are still left waiting for an update on when they will gain access to the new content, with last known date for "early April."

"We have delayed the PC version of Naval Strike because we are concerned that the combination of the pack and planned PC updates would increase performance issues on mid-range to high-end PCs," reads a new update on the Battlefield Blog. "We are working hard to resolve that issue now."

Naval Strike brings four new maps with some watery themes, ten assignments, five new weapons, two gadgets and of course a hovercraft to manoeuvre around on. The expansion also features a new Carrier Assault mode, a remake of the classic Titan mode from Battlefield 2142 in which players will fight to sink the opposing sides ship while keeping their own afloat.



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