NBA 2K18 update patch 1.08 is now available to download on both PS4 and XBox One. The download will be available soon for users on the Nintendo Switch and PC. This update requires an abundant 5GB worth of space for the PS4 while only 66MB of space is needed for the XBox One.  

This update was fairly unexpected, and 2K18 hasn’t even released or published the full list of notes, as they will typically do on their Facebook page. The reason could be that the update comes just a couple of days after 2K18 released update 1.07, which addressed a number of issues and features updated custom T-Shirt kiosk.

Patch 1.08, the eighth update since the game’s launch date, basically addresses a few issues that occurred as a result of Thursday’s update patch 1.07.

You can view some of the highlights from the game’s seventh update.    

Thursday’s Patch 1.07 Highlights

– Updated custom t-shirt kiosk coming!

– Lonzo Ball’s hairstyle has been updated to match his new look.

– Fixed an issue where players 96 overall or higher would hang when the opposing team quits out of an active Pro-Am Team Arena game.

– Defensive settings panel for OTFC will now function for AI players in Pro-Am games.

Update Patch 1.08 Notes

Update 1.08 is supposed to fix an issue where players in the MyPlayer game mode were going shirtless when walking around the neighborhood. The patch supposedly also stabilizes game mode servers for a couple of different modes including MyTeam and Pro-Am.

That’s fairly significant given the first round of NBA 2K League qualifiers dictates that players must win 50 Pro-Am games, and they only have from January 1 to 31 to hit that mark. Clearly, NBA 2K18 developers want that game mode running at optimal performance.

Be sure to check back with SGO for all the latest news and notes from around the world of NBA 2K18.    

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