VALORANT Error Code 59 is a common problem that players face while starting up the game or in the middle of the game. In this article, we will be discussing what Error Code 59 is and how to fix it.
VALORANT is a First-Person Tactical Shooter game released by the popular developer Riot Games. As VALORANT is an online video game, it is prone to bugs, errors, and crashes. Whenever players face any problem with VALORANT, the game displays messages containing error codes.
However, the error codes in the message may seem very confusing as it does not actually guide the players to solve those errors. Instead, it just displays numeric values from 0 to 152 in the message. Every code has a different connotation and reason behind the cause that players face.
One of the common error codes is Error Code 59. Many VALORANT players have faced Error Code 59 without having prior knowledge of what it is, what it does, and how to solve it. So, in this article, we will walk through the process of solving Error Code 59.
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What is VALORANT Error Code 59?
VALORANT Error Code 59 is one of the more common errors you can encounter in VALORANT. It occurs mostly when you are just starting up the game.
Error Code 59 stands for LoginQueueFetchTokenFailure. To be more precise, it occurs mostly when there’s an issue with the VALORANT queue system. VALORANT server issues, weak or no internet, or a faulty client launch may cause this issue.
How to Fix (A complete step-by-step guide)
In most cases, restarting the VALORANT client will solve Error Code 59. However, if the problem still continues, this step-by-step guide will help you get rid of Error Code 59.
- Close VALORANT.
- Close the Riot client.
- Open task manager (Ctrl+shift+Esc)
- Click “More details.”
- From there, check if VALORANT or the Riot client is still running.
- If they are, simply select them and hit “End Task.” (Make sure not to close Vanguard)
- Now simply restart the client and log into the game.
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.
- Close all the Valorant-related processes and services from the task manager.
- Check your internet connection for stable connectivity.
- Restart your internet modem and router.
- Check VALORANT Service Status page to make sure if any server or game maintenance is going on or not.
- Restart your computer.
- Run VALORANT as administrator mode.
If you follow these steps carefully, your problem regarding Error Code 59 should be resolved. However, if your problem isn’t resolved after following all these steps, you can create a ticket from the VALORANT Support page.
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