Ghost Recon Wildlands has a great range of multiplayer modes, but your connection to the game’s servers can sometimes be pretty unreliable. Thankfully, there are some easy ways to fix that.
One of them is to enable port forwarding for Ghost Recon Wildlands. This will give you a more direct connection to the servers, and make your connection more stable and faster. In this guide, I’ll show you how to do that.
To forward the ports for Ghost Recon Wildlands, you need to know which ports the game uses. Here they are:
You can enable port forwarding for Ghost Recon Wildlands from your router, but will need some extra details (besides the ports) to do that.
So, first up, collect and make a note of the following details:
Now we can forward the ports. First we need to get to your router’s settings, so:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
The PureVPN port forwarding add-on makes this process a whole lot faster and easier. Using our add-on, you can enable port forwarding for Ghost Recon Wildlands or any other game with just a few clicks.
If you forward your ports a lot, it’s going to save you a lot of time that you could spend gaming.
The port forwarding add-on also gives you a number of other benefits: