Naval Strike Launches on Battlefield 4 PC Today

Titan mode is back in Battlefield 4 on PC, and this time DICE means it.

A week after delaying the launch of the PC version of Naval Strike, DICE announced this morning that the four new maps and, most notably, the remake of the classic Battlefield 2142 Titan mode, Carrier Assault, will be ready for Premium subscribers today.

DICE said it delayed the the expansion because it created performance issues on mid-range to high-end PCs. DICE noted it will delay the full launch of Naval Strike on PC to allow Premium members to get the early access they paid for. Here’s an overview of the new maps Naval Strike brings today:

Four all-new maps:
• Lost Islands: Blow open a crashed passenger plane and capture fishing villages across these tropical islands.
• Wave Breaker: Drop a submarine on your foes as you infiltrate a naval base or rush between shipping docks and rocky islands on this massive map.
• Nansha Strike: Wage war across stormy seas in the largest ocean stretch in a Battlefield map yet.
• Operation Mortar: Storm an abandoned cliff-side resort, or get lost in the breathtaking vistas in this map.

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2 Comments on Naval Strike Launches on Battlefield 4 PC Today


On March 31, 2014 at 6:52 am

I miss the glory days when these were your typical patch notes:

- Bug fixes
- New features
- Free maps
- Community created map made official

Now it’s:

- Here’s our overpriced, rushed, recycled game for 60 bucks
- Here’s the rest of the game in small installments of 15 bucks each.


On March 31, 2014 at 9:35 am

Agreed on the points the person above made.

Also, I wish this expansion had added the large battleships that were present in 1942. It was fun to get into one of those beasts and pound the islands with artillery fire. Not to mention being able to move the carrier around as well.

And submarines, too!