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How to Fix Valorant Error Code VAN 68

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Getting error code: VAN 68 in Valorant? Here's everything you need to know.

Once again, it seems another error code is making the rounds in Valorant. Error code: VAN 68 appears to be cropping up accompanied with the message "connection error" which, other than prompting players to restart the client, is left pretty vague. The code is unclear whether the issue lies with Valorant's servers or with the player. Fortunately, if the issue is on the player's side, there seem to be a number of fixes which could help you get back on your way to playing Valorant.

How to Fix Valorant Error Code VAN 68

The easiest, and simplest fix is to restart the game client as the error message suggests. Restarting the client tends to fix the majority of Valorant errors, though if this one persists it might be worth restarting the entire machine.

It's also possible that Valorant’s anti-cheat software Vanguard is causing the issue. Anti-cheat software is notorious for causing some issues, particularly after an update. In this case, again, try restarting your computer. A reboot should fix any issues with Vanguard.

Alternatively, check to see if your network connection is causing a problem. Restarting your router and checking your connection might be all that's needed to fix the error. Switching to a wired connection could also work.

If, after all of this, the issue still persists, there's a change that the error is on Riot's side. Be sure to check to see if there are any reported server outages, or contact Riot's Valorant Support page for further help.