DX11 function error in Valorant: explanation on how to fix the problem

Facing the missing DX11 feature error in Valorant and don't know how to fix it? Look no further, we'll fix you.

Valorant is a very popular first person shooter game at the moment. With streamers and content creators playing it, as well as many competitions going on around the clock, it has a very vibrant community. Naturally, in such a game there are many errors and problems. Riot Games is usually very quick to release patches and fix them. Sometimes some errors require manual correction. DX11 function error is one of them -

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Cause of DX11 Function Error −

This bug has been reoccurring in the game since its beta testing. The function error is related to the graphics card drivers, which may need to be reinstalled or updated. However, before updating them, you need to uninstall Riot Vanguard. Riot Vanguard is Riot Games' game security software designed to provide the highest level of competitive integrity. Don't worry, this software will be easily installed again after reinstalling the game. Below are the troubleshooting steps. Follow them completely and hopefully at the end you will no longer get DX11 Feature Level 10.0 which is required to run the engine bug in Valorant.

Steps to be followed −

Uninstall Riot Vanguard -

Click on the Windows start menu.
Search "Add/Remove Programs"
Open the first result.
In the new menu, find "Riot Vanguard".
Click the Riot Vanguard icon and click Uninstall.
Confirm the deletion.

Update video card drivers -

By right-clicking on the Windows desktop, you need to open whatever graphics card driver you have. From them, you need to update the software to the latest version.

Restart your computer -

After the above two steps, restart your computer and open the game. Reloading Riot Vanguard will take a few seconds and you're done. The issue has been fixed and hopefully you won't encounter it again.

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