Valorant is one of the phenomenal and trendy character-based tactical multiplayer first-person shooter video games out there. It allows you to partake in team battles and different types of challenges to improve your gaming experience. But many users are reporting that they are encountering the Error Code VAN 6. If you are dealing with the same issue, then here are a few resolutions given below.
Permit VALORANT via Windows Firewall
Go to the Search section on your system.
Then input the ‘windows firewall’ in it and select the OK button to launch the ‘Windows Defender Firewall’ window.
Reach the left side and choose the ‘Allow an app or feature through Windows Defender Firewall’ option.
You should choose the ‘Change settings’ option and enable it.
Select the ‘Allow another app’ option.
Navigate to the Search section and insert ‘valorant’ in it.
Now, select the OK button.
Once you have opened VALORANT, right-click on it, and choose the ‘Open file location’ option.
In the new screen, select the shortcut of VALORANT and right-click on it.
Now, pick the ‘Open file location’ option.
Reach the address section; copy the path of the directory.
Now, shut the screen.
Get to the screen of ‘Add an app’ and then click on Browse.
Select the address section, and right-click on it, then paste the address you had copied.
Later, press the Enter button.
Go to the ‘RiotClientServices.exe’ option and select the Open option.
Hit on the Add button.
You should find the ‘Riot Client’ option and ensure that it is enabled on Public, Private, and Domain networks.
Modify the DNS Server to Google
You should modify the DNS server to Google by pursuing these directions available below:
Hit the Windows and R hotkeys simultaneously to invoke the Run pop-up.
Thereafter, insert ‘control’ in it and hit the Enter button to launch the Control Panel screen.
You should choose the ‘Network and Internet’ option.
Later, select the ‘Network and Sharing Center’ option.
Then choose the Connection.
Now, click on the Properties option.
Finally, choose the ‘Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP /IPv4)’ option.
Go to the Properties option.
You have to use the following DNS server addresses:
Preferred DNS server: 126.96.36.199
Alternate DNS server: 188.8.131.52
Mark the ‘Validate settings upon exit’ box and select the OK button.
Modify Valorant Priority to Normal
Launch Valorant on your system.
Then hit the Windows and R hotkeys simultaneously to invoke the Run pop-up.
Insert ‘taskmgr’ in it and select the OK button to launch the Task Manager.
Once you reach the tab of Processes, find the VALORANT and right-click on it, then choose the ‘Go to details’ option.
Change the priority to normal.
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