Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game has released with a complete edition on current consoles bringing the game back from the dead for fans to enjoy once again. Unfortunately, the game’s early release has brought a list of error codes related to the online side of gameplay. While many of the error codes appear to be focused on the game failing to start or keep an online session going regarding the connectivity side of things, one focuses on your NAT Type. This code is denoted as Ryan 3016. Here is what it means and how to fix it.
If you get the Ryan 3016 error code, you are putting out a strict NAT Type and will have issues playing with any players not running an open NAT Type. There are a few ways you can go about getting around this issue. First, you can attempt to restart your Wi-Fi router. Wait about 30 seconds, then start up it up again and check if they fixed the issue. You can also try to play through a wired connection with an ethernet cable. A wired connection gives your PC or console a direct port to your router, thus ensuring a better chance for a stable internet connection and open NAT Type.
If the above did not work, you could try to host a lobby with your friends. However, it is important to note that with a strict NAT Type your friends can still potentially struggle to connect to you. If you are still having issues
For further guidance on how to change your NAT Type on console platforms and forward the ports to your router, here are past guides we have written on the topics: