How to fix Valorant Error Code 39
Valorant fans have their fair share of issues with the online game, including the large number of cheaters and smurf accounts that ruin the fun for everyone. However, a more commonly faced issue for players is the Error Code 39.
This problem has plagued fans for a while, and you will have experienced it at least once if you play the game frequently. We’ll go over everything you need to know about this error, including how to get around it.
Error 39 pops up when you aren’t able to connect to Valorant servers. This results in you not being able to hop into a match, and the game kicking you out.
This inability to connect usually stems from the game’s servers either crashing or being down for maintenance. You’ll often see this issue pop up when a new Episode or Act goes live in Valorant.
When this happens, the first thing you’ll want to do is double-check the server status. You can make use of a dedicated tool that the developers have to deal with situations like this. If it works, then you’ll be able to relax.
This means that the problem lies on the developers’ end. If an update patch has dropped, and it has brought along a brand new issue to the game then you might see Error 39 as Riot Games attempt to fix the problem.
The bad news is that since this issue is on Riot’s end, then there isn’t much you can do about it if the tool doesn’t work. While your computer isn’t in any inherent danger from Error 39, you won’t get to play the game until the devs fix the issue.
Waiting around while the servers are down can be irritating, you can check for updates by visiting the official Twitter account for the game. Once a fix has been applied and the servers are back up, you can read about it there.
Fortunately, Riot Games are often quick to fix the server issues so you won’t have to wait too long.
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