Advanced Warfare is perhaps the best multiplayer game on the planet. But, like all multiplayer games, the game servers sometimes suffer from unreliable or slow connections. That can slow down your game, or even kick you out of it.
There are some ways of improving your connection, though. One of the easiest is to enable port forwarding for Advanced Warfare. Opening your ports will give a more direct connection to the game’s servers, and make your connection more reliable. It’s also easy to do, especially if you follow this guide.
To forward your ports for Advanced Warfare, you first need to know which ones to forward. Luckily for you, we’ve found them for you:
Now you’ve got your ports, you need to log into your router and tell it to forward them. To do that, though, you’ll also need a few extra details about your console or PC.
So, before you start, make a note of the following, because you’ll need this info later:
If you don’t know how to find these details, don’t worry. Just head over to our guide on How to Forward Ports on your Router for Online Games. There, we explain how to find this info, and how to forward your ports for whatever game you want to play.
Anyway, back to the guide. Now you are ready to forward your ports. That’s easy:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
Enabling port forwarding for Advanced Warfare every time you want to play it can get boring. That’s why we built a tool that lets you do this quickly and easily. We call it the PureVPN port forwarding add-on.
Using this tool, you can forward your ports with just a few clicks. That saves you time, and lets you focus on what is really important here: playing Advanced Warfare.
Besides making your connection to Advanced Warfare servers more stable, PureVPN’s port forwarding add-on also has some other advantages: