Destiny 2 is an amazing game, and is even better when played online. The only problem is that sometimes your game can be affected by poor connection speeds, or unstable connections.
There are different ways to fix that, but one of the easiest is to enable port forwarding for Destiny 2. This will give you a more direct connection to the game servers. In this guide, I’ll show you how to do it.
To forward the ports for Destiny 2, you need to know which ports the game uses. Here they are:
You can enable port forwarding for Destiny 2 direct from your router. You’re going to need a few extra details about your system before you can do that, though.
So before we begin, make sure you have the following:
Now you can start to forward the ports. You do this from your router, so:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
Our port forwarding add-on makes the process of enabling port forwarding for Destiny 2 or any other game much faster, and much easier. You can do this in just a few clicks, in fact.
If you forward your ports for gaming a lot, it’s going to save you a lot of time.
Our port forwarding add-on also comes with some great additional benefits: