How To Fix VALORANT Error Code 53 in 2022

A common problem plaguing the VALORANT Community when starting up their game is Error Code 53. In this article, we will be discussing what it is and how to fix it.

It’s not unusual for an online game like VALORANT to experience issues, crashes, and errors. However, it may be aggravating at times, especially if you’re trying to get into VALORANT after a hard day at work and the game refuses to start.

When VALORANT faces a problem, a notification with an error code appears, helping you to figure out what went wrong and why you’re having trouble running your game. However, the message VALORANT presents do not immediately guide you on how to address the problem. As a result, resolving the problem is not as simple as it appears.

Instead, the client displays a message along with an error code. Each Error Code has a numerical value ranging from 0 to 152, and each code has a unique meaning and reason for the difficulty you’re experiencing.

Error Code 53 is one of the most frequent error codes. Many of you may have seen Error Code 53 and are unsure what it is, what it does, or how to resolve it. So, in this article, we’ll go into VALORANT Error code 53 in great depth so you can resolve this issue.

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What is VALORANT Error Code 53?

VALORANT Error Code 53 is one of the more common errors you can encounter in VALORANT. It occurs mostly when you are just starting up the game.

Credit: Riot Games

Error Code 53 refers to Vanguard Reboot required. To be more precise, it occurs mostly when there is a dispute between the VALORANT client and the server’s communication system. It can also happen due to a faulty launch of the client or poor internet connection.

How to Fix (A complete step-by-step guide)

In most cases, restarting the VALORANT client will solve Error Code 53. However, if the problem still continues, this step-by-step guide will help you get rid of Error Code 53.

  1. Close VALORANT.
  2. Close the Riot client.
  3. Open task manager (Ctrl+shift+Esc)
  4. Click “More details.
  5. From there, check if VALORANT or the Riot client is still running.
  6. If they are, simply select them and hit “End Task.” (Make sure not to close Vanguard)
  7. Now simply restart the client and log into the game.

Additional Measures

If the issue doesn’t fix after following the above measures, this step-by-step guide will help you to get rid of this problem.

  1. Close all the Valorant-related processes and services from the task manager.
  2. Uninstall and Reinstall Riot Vanguard.
  3. Check your internet connection for stable connectivity.
  4. Restart your internet modem and router.
  5. Restart your computer.
  6. Run VALORANT as administrator mode.

If you follow these steps carefully, your problem regarding Error Code 53 should be resolved. However, if your problem isn’t resolved after following all these steps, you can create a ticket from VALORANT Support page.

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