There are few things more fun than beating your mates on Street Fighter V multiplayer mode. Unfortunately, though, and like many online games, you can sometimes have connection problems.
An easy way around that is to enable port forwarding for Street Fighter V. The process is straightforward, and in this guide we’ll show you how to do it.
You’re going to need which ports to forward, so here they are:
To enable port forwarding, you need to go to your router’s settings and turn it on. To do that, though, you’ll need to collect a few pieces of information first.
So first of all, make a note of the following:
Now we can actually forward the ports. The steps for doing this are:
The process for forwarding a port is generally:
Our port forwarding add-on makes the process of enabling port forwarding for Street Fighter V and every other game much easier and quicker. With just a few clicks, you can turn port forwarding on and off.
If you do this a lot, you’re going to save a lot of time.
Our port forwarding add-on is also going to save you time in a number of extra ways: