Ghost Recon Breakpoint is currently undergoing its first widespread beta test, and in true beta fashion, players are struggling with a number of connectivity errors. 40002 and 30086 seem to be most pervasive.
Down below, you’re going to find a few potential fixes for errors 40002 and 30086, though we can’t exactly guarantee they’ll resolve your problem. Namely, it might not even be related to your setup at all, but due to server outages and other network-related issues.
Silent 40002 and 30086 Error Code Fix
We’re sorry to say that, in most cases, either of these errors may signify a problem that you yourself cannot solve. Chances are that this is Ubisoft having Ghost Recon Breakpoint server problems. Having said that, there is something that you can attempt, and which might fix the issue.
As you might’ve guessed, it involves port forwarding. If you want to play Ghost Recon Breakpoint on PC, it is recommended that you have the following ports open:
- TCP: 80, 443
- UDP: 3074, 4000-4050, 9103
Should this help with the problem, that’s great. We would also suggest trying to restart the game, and your computer as well. There’s just no telling where the problem might lie from time to time. Breakpoint’s ‘Beta’ status also tells us that problems are a given.
We hope this helps you with the connectivity problems you may have been experiencing. Even if it doesn’t, we’ll keep this guide up-to-date with new info as we find it, so keep checking every once in a while. For detailed information on Breakpoint’s Beta start and end schedule, we’ve got you covered. For a quick gander at the recommended system specs, check out this guide instead.