NBA Live 18 update 1.09 has become available to download. Digital ballers will likely be glad to understand that the online experience is improved, as well as some bugs have already been squashed. This includes a problem where the Live Events was crashing.

Check your NBA Live 18 update 1.09 patch notes below:

Online Experience

Latency Burst Control

Online – Improve Internet Latency / Jitter handling


Better not enough player detection

Make Private to Public Lobby More Likely To Pick Up Random Users In 18

Bug Fixes

Fixed Live Events Crash

Idle users being kicked – Timer moved from 5 minutes to 48 seconds

UI/UX: Changes to starting lineups usually do not change or be effective in gameplay when changing the starting lineup in Play Now.

General Updates

Made general stability fixes and improvements

For all the more on EA’s basketball sim, take a look at my NBA Live 18 review. Here’s what I were required to say around the game in the event it released in 2017:

One in the coolest addendums to NBA Live 18 could be the ability to play as WNBA teams. While I’m not the largest follower on the league, it turned out refreshing to determine all from the bigger names that I know within a video game. Unfortunately, the ladies are all segregated to their personal exhibition mode, which implies players can’t create female players or perform a franchise mode controlling a WNBA team. That’s a bummer, but that is at least a great step forward.

There’s no denying we now have rough edges, but one thing Electronic Arts has nailed would be the feel of playing a pick-up game. It’s a rather less technical title than its competitor, nonetheless it offers up a superior single-player experience. If you’re trying to find something fresh, or perhaps want to play as Diana Taurasi, you then can’t fail with collecting NBA Live 18.