So since COVID-19 hit I've been playing a lot of games and Bleeding Edge just got released on steam.
However I've had issues with the beta not being able to connect and now with the live game still having the issue which sucks because I've paid for this game I cant even play.
Im thinking it could be an issue with networking or Portforwarding?
What I've Tried Already:
Making a new Windows User
2)Checking The registries
3)Making sure the windows firewall is setup and not blocking Teredo
4)Tried to reinstall Teredo (but its not showing up in the legacy drivers menu so unable to do so, confused on this)
5)Xbox Networking through windows NAT Type: Teredo blocked / Server
Connectivity Blocked: I've hit the fit it button and it says Open/Connected but still cant connect to the game and whenever I restart the computer it goes back to being blocked which is what makes me think its a networking issue.
6)Cleaning the Windows Creds. of any XbL credentials.
7) Troubleshooted through these steps:
When you try to log into game you may see no profile is signed in and you receive the following error message: "Failed to connect to online services".
If you are on Steam, please quit the game and make sure your Steam Browser is set from offline to online mode. Restart your Steam Client completely and try launching the game again,
If the problem persists, please complete the following steps:
If the problem persists, please close Bleeding Edge and please check the following:
If you are still encountering this issue after performing the above steps and checks, please complete the following:
I Just really need help to trying to get into this game...xbox/microsoft support has been no help
This is what brought me here
"Some routers will block Teredo connectivity once they detect the presence of an IPv6 connection . So you should make sure your router has the most up-to-date firmware and contact the router vendor for assistance if needed."
Please use an IPv6 Address checker site.
Here is a list of a few of them...
http://whatismyv6.com/ And then click on IPv6 only Test if it says
You are connecting with an IPv4 Address of..
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