Naval Strike, the latest expansion to Battlefield 4, has been available for Premium subscribers since Monday, but now non-subscribers know when they'll be able to get their hands on the watery DLC. That's a week later than the original April 8 launch, probably to give DICE time to fix potential issues.
A tweet from developers DICE reveals an April 15 release date to those not signed up for Battlefield's season pass Premium service.
There's plenty to look forward to, including this exciting new bug, which kills poor Attack Boat pilots unexpectedly when fired shells are destroyed in mid-air. Naval Strike will cost non-premium customers $14.99.