Battlefield 4: Naval Strike Now Available to Non-Premium Players
Partake in four new maps and Carrier Assault today.
Battlefield 4: Naval Strike has had several hiccups since it became available to current and next gen users, including delays for the PC and Xbox One version. It’s been available since March 25th but through Battlefield Premium – but from today onward, general non-Premium users will be able to partake in the oceanic madness.
Naval Strike adds four new maps – Lost Islands, Nansha Strike, Wave Breaker and Operation Mortar – set across miles of ocean, some new weapons, a brand new Hovercraft vehicle, and the Carrier Assault mode, which is a spiritual successor to Titan Mode from Battlefield 2142. Players will be working together to destroy each other’s naval carriers, seizing control of the map in the process.
Two more expansions will be available for Battlefield 4 in the coming months, with Dragon’s Teeth and Final Stand to be arriving next. Are you picking up Naval Strike today? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.