Multiplayer connection issues in Watch Dogs on Xbox 360

Test your connection to Xbox Live
Start by testing your Xbox live connection with the following steps:
1. Start at the Xbox 360 dashboard.
2. From the My Xbox menu scroll to the far right to System Settings.
3. Choose Network Settings.
4. Select your connection type (wired or wireless).
5. Choose Test Xbox Live connection.

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Performing the Xbox Live connection test
 

If this test shows your connection as either Moderate or Strict then you will most likely have some sort of interference within your connection to Xbox Live and other players. In this case, please move onto the next step.
 

Restart your network hardware
1. Turn off your Xbox 360 and your Modem/Router and wait for 15 - 30 seconds.
2. Fully power up your Modem/Router (it may take a couple of minutes to re-establish your connection).
3. Turn on your Xbox 360 and test the Xbox Live connection again by following the steps at the beginning of the article.
 

Port Forwarding
At this point if you still have trouble then you may have a firewall interfering with your connection. Please configure the following network ports within your router from your PC:

Game ports:
UDP 3074 Incoming/outgoing
UDP 9103 Incoming/outgoing
 

If you’re having issues connecting online with the ctOS companion app, and are using a WiFi connection, please ensure that the following ports are open on your router.


Companion app ports:
UDP 80    Incoming/outgoing
UDP 443  Incoming/outgoing

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Example of port forwarding, this is done from your PC and will differ between devices

Directions for configuring network ports are specific to the hardware being used, and can be found by visiting the manufacturers website.

There are also free resources available such as Port Forward which may help (you can skip the ad to get to the guides). Please note this site is not affiliated with Ubisoft.
 

DMZ
if this does not solve your issue, try placing your Xbox 360 in the DMZ of the router or establishing a direct connection to your modem and retry.

Please contact your Router manufacturer for guidance on doing this step.
 

Traffic throttling / Blocked ports
There may also be certain restrictions set by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). If you continue to have trouble, please contact your ISP for details on any specific restrictions on the previously mentioned network ports.
 

Still having problems?
If you continue to have trouble after completing the above steps, please contact support and include a full description of your problem along with any error messages you may have received.


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