DICE has delayed Battlefield 4's Naval Strike DLC on another platform today. Just two days ago, the PC release was delayed citing "quality" issues. Today, the developer is confirming that the Xbox One version has also been delayed.
According to the EA blog, "issues in the animation system" can "hinder players from engaging targets in set circumstances using popular weapon configurations." This is a different problem versus the PC version, which has "performance issues on mid-range to high-end PCs."
Saying that releasing the DLC today would not be of the right "quality," the company pulled the DLC. It will be released once it's ready in "early April" on both Xbox One and PC--and Premium members will still get two weeks of advance play time.