When you play Star Wars: Eclipse you will enjoy the following styles of play.
- Action games are fast paced and tend to put the player in the middle of the action, requiring you to jump over obstacles, climb ladders, and shoot things.
- An adventure game is where the player is usually the protagonist and plays through an evolving story. The storyline is the driving part of an adventure game.
How to Port Forward Star Wars: Eclipse
As far as we can tell Star Wars: Eclipse is a single player game, which means that there should not be any need to forward ports for it. Generally speaking only multiplayer games need a port forwarded. Every once in a while some single player games need a port forwarded for things like: updates, downloading new content, and license activation. Any time you want to you can run our Port Finder application to see if Star Wars: Eclipse is opening up any ports to know for sure. When you are done running Port Finder it will show you the exact ports.
- Download and install Network Utilities. This is a free download.
- After you launch Network Utilities click the Port Finder button.
- Carefully follow the instructions in the Port Finder application.
- The incoming ports will be added to our site as soon as a site admin reviews them.
How To locate Ports for Star Wars: Eclipse
Here's a quick summary of what the Port Finder application will do:
- Look at which ports Star Wars: Eclipse has open in "listen" mode. These are the necessary ports for Star Wars: Eclipse.
- Wait for you to attempt to do something multiplayer, which might open up additional ports.
- Package up the connection ports in a neat little package and send it to our server for sharing.
As users submit port data to our servers we will combine it into a list that we publish. Then we will use this list to help other people know what to forward.
We will list any new ports found for Star Wars: Eclipse on this page as soon as we know them.