The game structure and style have made this free-to-play first-person hero shooter game immensely popular.
But errors are inevitable in every game and Valorant is no exception. Valorant error code 59 is one such common error that you may encounter mainly due to login queue failure.
In this article, I will discuss what to do to fix such an error in Valorant. So, have a look!
- 1 What Is Valorant Error Code 59?
- 2 How To Fix Valorant Error Code 59?
- 3 Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]
- 4 Final Words
What Is Valorant Error Code 59?
According to the Valorant official support page Valorant error 59 means ‘LoginQueueFetchTokenFailure’.
Riot’s page has not given any detailed clarification about the error but it is said to be an issue with the login queue.
After updating the game to the latest version may of the users encountered such errors.
This happens when the system faces a problem while connecting to the Valorant Platform.
The error message is displayed like: ‘There is an error connecting to the platform. Please restart your game client’.
Now follow the solutions given below to know how to fix the error.
How To Fix Valorant Error Code 59?
Here is what to you need to do when you get Valorant error code 59 on your PC.
Also know how to fix Valorant error code 43.
1) Log Out Of The Game And Log In Back
When you get error code 59 in Valorant, log out of the game and then log in back. Sometimes this simple trick can fix the problem.
So, before moving on to the advanced solutions, try this and if this does not resolve the issue, go to the next solution.
2) Restart Your PC And The Game Client
If a simple log out and log in the back cannot fix error code 59, restart your PC and Riot client.
To do so, first of all, terminate all Riot processes using Task Manager then restart your PC.
After that re-launch, the game, and this should fix the error.
- Right-click on the Taskbar and select Task Manager.
- Go to the Process tab and find Valorant and other Riot processes. Right-click on each process and select the End task option.
- Now restart your PC and then re-launch the game. Check if this solves the problem otherwise go to the next step.
3) Delete Temporary File From Your System
Temporary files store all the temporary data created by Windows and the programs.
These cache files can sometimes become corrupted and conflict with your game.
Because of this, you may get Valorant error. So, delete these cache files and fix the problem.
To do that, follow the steps given below:
- Launch the Run dialog box by pressing Windows key + R keys.
- Enter %temp% in the Run command box and press the Enter key.
- Press Ctrl+ A to select all the files and click on the Delete button.
4) Check That VGC Service Is Active
If VGC service has stopped then Valorant can show errors. So, check from the services window that VGC service is running and also change the Start-up type to Automatic.
Follow the steps given below to do so:
- Enter Services in the Windows search box and click on the Services app.
- Scroll down the list of all running services and find the VGC service.
- Right-click on the service and open its Properties.
- Set the Startup type to Automatic and click on the Start button. Apply the changes and then reboot PC.
After your PC restarts, relaunch Valorant and check if the problem is fixed else reinstall Vanguard.
5) Reinstall Vanguard
Sometimes due to Vanguard you may receive error codes while playing Valorant. So, reinstall it and this can fix the issue.
To do so, follow the given steps:
- Type Control Panel in the Windows search box and click on the topmost option.
- Select the Programs and Features option.
- Scroll down and find Riot Vanguard. Right click on it and select Uninstall option.
- Finish the process and open Valorant. Vanguard will be automatically installed. If the error persists, reinstall Valorant.
6) Reinstall Valorant
If after reinstalling Vanguard you are getting the same error, reinstall the game.
If there is a problem with the previous installation, then a fresh installation can fix the problem.
To reinstall Valorant, follow the steps given below:
- Open Control Panel and select Programs and Features.
- Scroll down the list of all the installed programs and locate Valorant. Right-click on it and select the Uninstall option.
- Complete the process and reinstall Valorant. You should not get the error after a fresh installation of the game.
7) Contact Riot Support Team
If none of the above methods has helped you get rid of the Valorant error, you can submit a request to Riot Games.
Describe the problem to the Riot Games support team and follow the on-screen instructions to fix it.
Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]
1. How do I fix error 59 in Valorant?
To fix Valorant error 59, restart the game, restart your PC, reinstall Vanguard, clear cache, and reinstall Valorant.
2. How do I fix Valorant error code?
End Valorant task using Task Manager, clear cache, reinstall Vanguard, and reinstall Valorant.
3. What is Valorant error code?
To fix Valorant error codes 49, 50,53, restart the Riot Client, exit the game and re-launch it, power cycle your PC, check the game server status, and reinstall the game.
There you are! Let us know which of the above steps helped you to fix Valorant error 59.
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