After a couple of months in closed beta, Riot Games has finally released Valorant to the masses, allowing everyone to jump into the new hero shooter. However, some issues have arisen since the launch. If you’re coming across the annoying message, here’s everything you need to know about how to fix error code 59 in Valorant.
Riot has a website that runs through many of the known issues and error codes, giving information on how best to fix them. However, 59 is not one that is included, for whatever reason.
How to Fix Error Code 59 in Valorant
That being said, it seems like 59 is similar to error codes like 42, 51, and 29 in that it is to do with the server status of Valorant.
Yesterday, on the game’s launch date, Riot had to complete some emergency server maintenance, which saw the game go down for a short period of time, and it’s at this time that most players saw the error code 59.
Therefore, it is likely that the two things are connected and you seeing the error code is a result of Riot attempting to iron out some kinks. If you just wait it out after seeing the error code, or restart the game, you should be okay soon after.
If it’s a result of the game being down entirely, check Riot’s Valorant service status site, which may give you some insight as to why you’re encountering error code 59.
In short though, all you can really do is relax and wait for the game’s servers to get back to normal. Hopefully you’re not waiting too long.
That’s everything you need to know about how to fix error code 59 in Valorant. For more tips and tricks on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite. We’ll have loads more guides as we get to grips with the game.
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