Valorant Error Code Van 68 Fix

The Valorant Error Code Van 68 fix has been a matter of some discussion among the game’s player base, and for good reason. It has been popping up relatively often, and people want to know why, and more importantly, what to do about it. There aren’t many things that is more annoying than getting kicked out of match just due to a connection error, which often isn’t even your fault. That’s why we’ve put together this guide to give you some tips on how to fix Error Code Van 68.

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Valorant Error Code Van 68 Fix

How to Fix Error Code Van 68 in Valorant

To fix the Valorant Error Code Van 68, there are several things that you can try. The first one is to simply exit the game and restart the Vanguard client. This one usually fixes the problem. If that doesn’t work, the next simple step to take is to restart your computer. Also, check your internet connection and restart your router if necessary. You can also switch to Mobile Data if possible, but don’t get carried away. The last of the simpler fixes is to allow Valorant through your firewall by going into the Control Panel, then System & Security. Find Windows Defender Firewall, click “allow an app through Windows Firewall, and just follow the steps from there.

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Now, there are a few other methods that are a little more complicated, and I don’t necessarily recommend that you try them if you’re not sure what to do. So, before we go into any of that, make sure to check whether something’s happening on the developer side of things. Often times, the Valorant Error Code Van 68 fix is just about waiting for the devs to fix some kind of problem, or finish some unscheduled maintenance, or something like that. There have been many outages as of late, causing all sorts of headaches, and there’s nothing you can do about those.

With that said, I’m just going to mention a couple of other fixes that you can try. I won’t go into to many details; if you know how to do these things, you don’t need much more than that. I’m doing this to prevent anyone accidentally messing things up for themselves. So, you can try to reset your network configuration and/or change your DNS server to 8.8.8.8/8.8.4.4. You can also try disabling IPv6 Protocol. None of these are guaranteed to work, and the simple fixes are usually going to be enough.

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