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How To Uninstall Valorant? Answered

This guide will walk you through the process, step-by-step, ensuring a smooth and successful valorant uninstallation.

Are you feeling overwhelmed by the fast-paced, high-stakes world of Valorant? Perhaps you’ve hit a plateau in your gaming skills, or other commitments are preventing you from reaching the top of the ranks. Whatever the reason, you’ve decided it’s time to uninstall Valorant from your PC. But, it’s not as straightforward as you might think. This guide will walk you through the process, step-by-step, ensuring a smooth and successful uninstallation.

Valorant, the popular tactical shooter game by Riot Games, is not for everyone. It demands a high level of commitment, with players needing to constantly hone their skills in deathmatch and range, and practice their abilities in custom matches. The game’s meta seems to change daily, and the competition is fierce. It’s no wonder that some players decide to hang up their hats and uninstall the game.

How to uninstall VALORANT: step-by-step guide

Uninstalling Valorant is not as simple as clicking ‘uninstall’ in your control panel. There are a few more steps involved, primarily due to Vanguard, the anti-cheat system created by Riot Games. Here’s a step-by-step guide to uninstalling Valorant:

  1. Uninstall Vanguard: Start by closing Vanguard. You can do this by opening your system tray, right-clicking on the red Vanguard icon, and selecting ‘exit’. A message will pop up asking if you want to ‘turn off’ Vanguard. Click ‘Yes’.
  2. Uninstall Valorant: Once Vanguard is closed, you can uninstall Valorant as normal. Press the Windows Key or click the Windows icon on your taskbar, type ‘Add or remove programs’ in the search bar, and press enter. Scroll down to ‘Riot Vanguard’, right-click, and uninstall. Finally, uninstall Valorant using the same method.

And there you have it! Valorant is no more on your PC. If you ever feel the urge to dive back into the competitive world of Valorant, you can easily download both Vanguard and Valorant from Riot’s website.

Remember, gaming is meant to be fun. If a game is causing more stress than enjoyment, it’s okay to step away. You can always return when you’re ready. Happy gaming!

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Bharat Kotwani
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