Are you experiencing connection problems when playing Far Cry 4? We feel your pain. Your connection dropping out just as you are about to take a crucial shot is one of the most annoying things that can happen to a gamer, and can wreck the experience of online multiplayer games.
We’re here to help, though. One way to improve game performance is to use port forwarding for Far Cry 4. This gives your PC or console a more direct connection to the game’s servers, and can improve the reliability and speed of your connection.
These are the ports that you need to forward to run Far Cry 4. Forwarding these ports will improve your game performance. Click on the button to automatically copy the ports.
Enabling port forwarding for Far Cry 4 is pretty easy. You will need to log in to your router, and tell it which ports you want to forward. To make it even easier, though, we’ve put together a step-by-step guide on how to forward your ports.
First up, you’re going to need a few bits of information:
Once you have all of these, we can get started. But if you can’t find them, head over to our guide on How to Forward Ports on your Router for Online Games for a more detailed explanation of how to get them.
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
The easy way to forward ports for Far Cry 4 or any other game is to use PureVPN’s port forwarding add-on.
Using this add-on, you can forward the ports for Far Cry 4, or any other game, with a few clicks, and you don’t have to enter any information.
Our add-on also has some other benefits: