NBA Live Mobile reset is getting closer but there still are plenty of things to do before starting a new season. On September 15, a new program was added to the game. Clipboard Commanders introduces new basketball player cards, sets, and store packs. Twenty-five player cards are joining the existing card selection. There are two things these cards have in common: they are all 90+ OVR and represent players that also are or were head coaches. Let’s take a look at some of them. Six 90 OVR cards such as Jerry Stackhouse and Lionel Hollins provide a great chance to increase team OVR. The program includes ten 91 OVR players. Don Nelson, Doug Collins, and Reggie Theus are some of them. Four 92 OVR players come with the new program. These are George Karl, Larry Brown, Tony Bennett, and Sam Mitchel. The two 97 OVR players are Danny Ainge and Bill Cartwright. There are also two 98 OVR player cards: Jerry Sloan and Dan Majerle. The star of the program is one 99 OVR player. This is Phil Jackson, his card can be put in a shooting lineup as a power forward.
The NBA Live Mobile store was updated to include three new types of packs. These packs are bought with NBA Live Mobile Coins or NBA Live Mobile virtual currency and contain players from the Clipboard Commanders program but also other valuable players. When players purchase program packs, they will also secure packs that can be opened once the new season starts. There is also one set that allows players to get basketball player cards from the program. To complete such a set, 20 special collectible items and 10 other player cards are needed. The Clipboard Commanders program comes just in time to give players more ways to improve team OVR before the game is reset. Along with other objectives, team OVR is one of the activities that reward tickets to be used in the new season.
Divisions are an NBA Live Mobile feature that allocates players in groups based on their performance. This is a common system for competitive games. NBA Live Mobile has multiple divisions. Players start in the lowest division and work their way up to the highest division. This is done by playing competitive matches called head to head. When players open the head to head map, they will see other users from the same division. These are the players that can be challenged to a match. The game always displays players from the same division so users won’t be unfairly matched against players with better skills. The objective is to promote to higher divisions and to get rewards.
NBA Live Mobile division promotion works based on fans. This is a reward obtained when playing head to head matches. After each match, players get a certain number of fan. The maximum number of fans is obtained when winning a match but playing quarters is rewarded with fans as well. Each division has promotion requirements. Players can see in game how many fans they need to advance to the next division.
The number of fans decreases if players lose matches. This means that players can be demoted to a lower division if their number of fans is smaller than the current division’s requirements. Players will want to take control of their basketball players during head to head matches. Auto-play works for season mode but it’s not that reliable when playing in higher divisions. Each time players get promoted to a higher division they get rewards. Being in a higher division has a number of benefits. As players work their way up, they will notice that they get more XP and coins when they win a head to head match. Coins are spent on packs containing basketball player cards. XP is used to level up the player’s profile. Leveling has benefits as well such as stamina refill.
Sniping is a common NBA Live Mobile practice used to make NBA Live Mobile coins on the auction house. The basics of sniping are simple: buy low, sell high. Players search for valuable cards listed way below their normal worth, purchase them and resell them for profit. The term sniping filter refers to a combination of search filters that allows players to quickly find bargains. While there is plenty of info about NBA Live Mobile on the internet, players won’t find much about sniping filters, let alone a profitable sniping filter. No one wants to share their secrets but there are ways to come up with own filters. The time needed to find a good sniping filter depends on how much time players are willing to invest into the game.
Sniping is done on the auction house so the first thing to do is to find out how the NBA Live Mobile auction house works. This is pretty easy as the auction house user interface is intuitive enough. One thing that is not mentioned in game is the auction house refresh time. The auction house is refreshed about once every five minutes. This is when new player items are added and available to buy. It’s important to know the exact time because this is the best time to look for bargains. A sniping filter is a combination of search filters so the next important thing to understand is the auction house search option. Once again, this is pretty straightforward. Players can be searched by name, OVR, team and such. Pricing range can be set. A sniping filter will look for players within a certain price range. Auction house fee is another important thing to consider. NBA Live Mobile system takes 10% of every transaction so keep this in mind when setting a price. Sniping filters constantly change because the prices change too. Players that want to come up with their own sniping filter should observe the auction house for a while and get an idea about cards value. Finding a sniping filter is not hard but it takes constant auction house surveillance and game knowledge.