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EA Sports UFC is a brutal game, but a fun one. And there is nothing better than beating your friends when playing the online multiplayer mode. The only issue is that sometimes you can have problems connecting to the game servers.
Fear not, there is a solution. By enabling port forwarding for EA Sports UFC, you can get a more direct connection to the servers, and improve your game performance. In this guide, we’ll show you how.
Here are the ports you need to forward for EA Sports UFC:
You forward ports by logging into your router’s settings, and telling it to forward the ports above. That sounds easy enough, but first you are going to need some extra info.
So before we begin, make a note of the following:
You might not have these details, or know how to find them. No problem. We made another guide, How to Forward Ports on your Router for Online Games , that will show you how to get everything you need.
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
Enabling port forwarding for EA Sports UFC can be done in just a few clicks using our dedicated add-on. It takes the work and hassles out of forwarding ports by doing the hard work for you.
Even better, it works with any game for only $0.99.
Our port forwarding add-on also gives you some other great benefits: