If you are playing Sniper Elite 4 and want a better multiplayer gaming experience, forwarding ports in your router may be your answer. With the correct ports forwarded you can spend more time in the game with your friends instead of being stuck in the lobby. Improving your network connection makes joining sessions easier and will allow you to communicate with other players better. You will need to forward the correct ports in your router and then check the NAT Type in your gaming console.
To solve multiplayer connection issues in Sniper Elite 4, you can try to get improve your internet connection. For Xbox One and PS4 users, NAT Type can be found in the lobby for Sniper Elite 4 or in the dashboard of your gaming console. If you are gaming on a PC you may see NAT Type listed in the game lobby or you can use a port checking tool (to see that your ports have been forwarded.) Here is a link to our Network Utilities software that includes our free Port Checker tool.
In your router there are different ranges of ports that Sniper Elite 4 uses depending on your gaming platform. PS4, Xbox One, and PC each use a different port range in your router. You will need to forward all of the ports listed based on your gaming platform. Here are the port lists for Sniper Elite 4.
TCP: 1935, 3478-3480
UDP: 3074, 3544, 4500
TCP: 8766, 27010, 27015-27016
UDP: 8766, 27010, 270158-27016
We have customized guides to help you forward ports in your router for Sniper Elite 4. Just follow the link based on your console, select your router, and then follow the guide. These guides will show you exactly what data to enter in your router in order to forward ports for Sniper Elite 4.
An even easier solution is to use our Network Utilities software which will automatically forward your ports for you.