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DICE has confirmed that all non-Premium Battlefield 4 players will be able to purchase the Naval Strike DLC from April 15.

Originally the DLC was slated for an April 8 release, but it appears that the delays to the launch for Premium members on Xbox One and PC has pushed the date for everyone else back to give them the two weeks of exclusivity they were promised.

Naval Strike adds four new maps, a new amphibious hovercraft vehicle, five weapons, two gadgets, 10 assignments, and a new Carrier Assault game mode.

Yesterday, DICE announced that it would be upgrading its hardware in the future to help combat rubber-banding issues in 64-player matches.

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Battlefield 4 Naval Strike DLC available for non-Premium members April 15

By Matthew Bennett | 04/3/2014 05:18 AM PT

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DICE has confirmed that all non-Premium Battlefield 4 players will be able to purchase the Naval Strike DLC from April 15.

Originally the DLC was slated for an April 8 release, but it appears that the delays to the launch for Premium members on Xbox One and PC has pushed the date for everyone else back to give them the two weeks of exclusivity they were promised.

Naval Strike adds four new maps, a new amphibious hovercraft vehicle, five weapons, two gadgets, 10 assignments, and a new Carrier Assault game mode.

Yesterday, DICE announced that it would be upgrading its hardware in the future to help combat rubber-banding issues in 64-player matches.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89