More information has been released regarding “Battlefield 4’s latest DLC “Naval Strike,” which will launch in late March, according to the game’s official blog. “Naval Strike” will be available for “BF4” premium members. EA DICE posted the following on the “Battlefield” blog on Feb. 28.

Battlefield 4 Naval Strike takes the dramatic water-based combat introduced in Battlefield 4 to four all-new maps set in the South China Sea. Take control over new weapons and gadgets, pilot the new hovercraft vehicle, and experience the Carrier Assault game mode in this intense expansion pack. Read on for details and the first official screenshots.

naval1 Screenshot of "Naval Strike." Photo: Courtesy/EA Dice

Take the Fight to the Sea

Water-based combat has always been a vital part of the all-out war of Battlefield 4, and with Battlefield 4 Naval Strike the fights at sea are more intense than ever. With the introduction of the amphibious hovercraft vehicle, your possibilities to dominate the sea will be even greater.

Four All-New Multiplayer Maps

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

naval2 Second screenshot of "Naval Strike." Photo: Courtesy/EA DICE

A Classic Game Mode Re-Imagined

Battlefield 4 Naval Strike lets you re-live the classic Titan Mode of Battlefield 2142, with the introduction of the Carrier Assault game mode. Stay tuned to the Battlefield Blog for more details on this re-imagining of a classic.

EA DICE's Player Appreciation Month ended on Feb. 28. The 28-day event awarded players with gifts like ringtones and battlepacks. "DICE is saying THANK YOU to all players by hosting a month filled with fun community missions and daily giveaways that you get just for jumping into a match," EA DICE General Manager Karl Magnus Troedsson posted on Jan. 28. "We appreciate all of the great feedback you continue to provide about all aspects of Battlefield 4. We take this very seriously, and hearing directly from you has helped to make the experience better." The player appreciation campaign included missions, exclusive interviews and player rewards.