If you want to play Valorant on new Windows, you must do this immediately


Even though it’s only a month away from release, some computer users still have many questions Windows 11. One of the biggest problems is requirements TPM 2.0 new operating system to protect computers against firmware attacks. Although users can ignore the feature security above to run Windows 11, but Riot Games did not approve this.

Although Windows 11 officially launched on October 5, the preview version has been available for several months now – and the latest build of the operating system has brought a nasty surprise to gamers. Valorantespecially for those who do not have TPM 2.0 installed.


Many users reported that they were affected when playing Valorant on Windows 11. Users received an error message stating that the current build of the Vanguard anti-cheat service (powered by Riot) requires the system to also enable TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot, then they were “kicked” out of the game.

The reason Riot made the above installation requirement is because the “Trusted Platform Module” firmware system makes it much harder for players to cheat, banned hackers cannot immediately create new hardware IDs. Given how useful TPM 2.0 is, game developers will most likely require players to enable this chip. Riot may also implement the above privacy policy for Windows 10.


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