Battlefield 4: Naval Strike is now rolling out to Xbox One Premium members following its delay earlier in the week.

The DLC had originally been scheduled to launch on Tuesday, but was hit by a last minute delay after a major animation issue was discovered. The PC release is still not expected until early April.

Alongside the expansion pack (which includes four new maps and a brand new mode), DICE has also rolled out a new patch featuring a range of netcode tweaks and stability improvements. It's also added Gold Battlepacks as a reward for Class Service Stars, allowing players to continue earning Battlepacks once they've reached the level cap.

Naval Strike has been available to Premium members on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 since Tuesday, and is expected to roll out to everybody else on April 8. A PC release date has still to be confirmed.