Network Utilities

SOLVED: Quake Champions Connection Issues

The Quake Champions Beta is here and everyone is trying to kill each other at the same time. This is putting a huge load on the servers and testing the network bandwidth of the enter system.

If you are having connection issues with Quake Champions then you need to setup a port forward in your router.

The idea behind a port forward is that it ensures that the traffic from the internet is routed properly to your gaming console or PC. This helps with many issues, such as:

  • Not being able to get any kills, or very low kill count.
  • Frequent connection drops.
  • Not being able to join a match or getting kicked from lobbies.

Usually setting up a port forward in your router will make most of these problems go away.

Forwarding Ports for Quake Champions

The first step to improve your connection for Quake Champions is setting up a port forward in your router. The forwarded port needs to point at your Xbox One, PS4, or PC so be sure to follow the correct guide depending on which console you are using.

Quake Champions Ports

TCP: 8181,39389

UDP:

Port Forwarding Guides for Quake Champions

We also have a router simulator setup that will put the correct ports for Quake Champions in screenshots of your router. All you need to do is select your router manufacturer and model from the following pages and the router simulator will show you exactly what to do.

If you want an even easier solution, we have a program in our Network Utilities software bundle that will automatically forward ports for you.

Jason Bauer

Written by Jason Bauer

Jason Bauer is an owner and programmer for Portforward.com. You can find more of his articles here.