In spite of all its bugs, and in spite of DICE publicly announcing it had suspended development of DLC, Battlefield 4's "Premium" Season Pass has already sold 1.6 million, publisher Electronic Arts revealed in a financial call today. That puts it on par with sales of Battlefield 3 Premium, which reached 1.3 million sales in two months. If EA is able to maintain momentum, it may be able to match the 4 million sales that BF3's DLC offering managed.
According to CVG, EA is promising that more information on the remaining three expansions for Premium members will be revealed "soon." The next expansion, Naval Strike, was planned for a Spring release before the game's launch bugs suspended DLC development.