Valorant is the new competitive multiplayer game from Riot Games. Plenty of people are currently playing the closed beta which might impact servers. Here’s how to fix the Valorant “queue is disabled” error message.
How to Fix Error Message in Valorant
If you keep bumping into the error message that says the Valorant queue is disabled, it might be frustrating when you’re just trying to play. Currently, this error message pops up when the servers are down.
This either comes from server capacity being overloaded or planned downtime on Riot’s end to hotfix or update the game.
Planned support usually comes up as code error 46, but can also sometimes appear as Valorant queue is disabled. The game is still in its early stages and will become more stable as Riot sorts out how much server space it needs.
The only real way to fix this message is to wait it out. I know that’s not the ideal answer, but there’s nothing anyway can do if the servers are simply down.
It’s always good to check the Valorant website’s news section to see if they have any scheduled maintenance for the day. That way you can plan around it and get the most playtime without bumping into the error message.
You can also always try closing the application and restarting it. It’s not a guaranteed solution but it’s worth a shot. If not try coming back to it in a bit, it’s always possible it may only last a few minutes.
Well, that’s everything you need to know about how to fix the Valorant “queue is disabled” error message. For more tips, tricks, and guides be sure to check out Twinfinite.
Valorant is currently in closed beta for PC and will be releasing this summer for free. For more coverage of Valorant, you can read our impressions of the closed beta right here.
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