The inability to connect to the servers is a result of the error code 68 in Valorant. It can be solved in a few ways if the problem occurs on your side. Since Valorant’s launch, the game has had a few error codes, for example error code 40, error code 81, and error code 43, but error code 68 is well known for its tendency of annoying players because it is disconnecting players from matches and locking them out of the game completely.
How To Fix Error Code 68 – Valorant
The error occurs when the player has problems connecting to the server. The reason for this may be due to poor internet connection or problems caused on Riot Games side.
When the problem arises on your side you can try several solutions:
- Restarting the game will most likely fix the problem right away.
- Restarting your computer could fix this error if it’s connected with Valorant’s anti-cheat software.
- Because error code 68 is a network connection issue, checking your network connection and router could fix the problem.
- You could fix this error by flushing your DNS. Temporary files network can cause this error, so cleaning the files may solve the problem.
Time needed: 4 minutes.
Follow these steps in order to fix error code 68 in Valorant:
Press the Windows Key.
Type “Command Prompt” and run it as an administrator.
If asked whether to allow Command Prompt to make changes to your computer, select Yes.
Type “ipconfig /flushdns”, then hit Enter, and type “ipconfig /registerdns” and press Enter once again.
Type “ipconfig /release” and press Enter.
Type “ipconfig /renew” and press Enter.
Type “netsh winsock reset” and press Enter.
Restart your computer.
Lastly, if none of the above tips help you resolve error code 68, you can always contact Riot Support, and that’s your best bet because this problem is still new and there is still no concrete solution on the part of Riot.