We love the multiplayer modes of Sniper Elite 4. The only problem with them is that sometimes the game’s servers can be a little slow and unreliable. Not only does this make playing Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer a bit frustrating: it can also cost you your game.
Luckily, you can forward your ports for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer. This will give you a more direct connection to game servers, and make your connection more stable. To help you enable port forwarding for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer, we’ve put together this guide.
First of all, you’re going to need to know which ports to forward for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer. So we’ve made a list for you:
To enable port forwarding for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer, you need to log into your router, and tell it which ports to forward. You will also need to give it some other pieces of information.
So before you begin, you need to collect (and make a note of) the following:
If you don’t know how to get this information, don’t worry. We’ve put together a guide on How to Forward Ports on your Router for Games. On that page, we tell you how to find this info, and how to forward your ports for any game.
Anyway, once you have these addresses, it’s time to enable port forwarding for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer. To do that:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
And that’s it. Now your ports are forwarded, and your connection for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer should improve.
This process is not too difficult, but can get a little boring if you have to do it frequently. Thankfully, there’s an easier way.
PureVPN’s port forwarding add-on lets you quickly and easily enable port forwarding for Sniper Elite 4 Multiplayer or any other game. Using our tool you can forward the correct ports with just a few clicks, and don’t have to mess around with your router’s settings.
It’s really useful if you play a lot of online games, and want to quickly forward your ports.