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Battlefield 4's Naval Strike DLC Now Free, Here's How to Get It

News Bot Jul 19, 2016

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    More Battlefield DLC is now available for free as part of EA's "Road to Battlefield 1" campaign. The latest offering is Battlefield 4's Naval Strike add-on.
    It normally sells for $15, but you can now get it completely free on Xbox One and Xbox 360. If history is any indication, it will become free on PlayStation systems and PC sometime later today; we'll update this post when it happens.
    [​IMG]You can use the links below to queue up your download (we'll add PlayStation and PC links when they become available):

    The Naval Strike DLC for Battlefield 4, which originally launched in March 2014, introduces four new multiplayer maps, five new weapons, two gadgets, and a new hovercraft vehicle that can traverse both land and water. It also adds the Carrier Assault mode, which is an homage to Battlefield 2142's fan-favorite Titan mode.
    This isn't the first time that EA made the Naval Strike DLC free, as it also did so in August 2015, but the catch was that you needed to be an EA Access member.
    The Road to Battlefield 1 campaign sees EA give away DLC for Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline. In June, EA made Battlefield 4's Second Assault expansion free, while Hardline's Betrayal add-on was offered at no cost earlier this month. If this latest offer is like the previous ones, you have only one week to grab the content before it returns to its normal price.
    Battlefield 1 comes out in October for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A public beta for the game begins this summer, while DICE recently confirmed that Rush mode will return.


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