5 way to fix your high ping problem in VALORANT 2021

5 way to fix your high ping problem in VALORANT 2021
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High latencies are possibly one of the most annoying problems FPS players face when playing multiplayer video games. Not only does it hinder your ability to perform well during intense firefights, but it also suppresses your actual abilities in any multiplayer title.

Valorant is currently one of the best tactical shooters out there, and it is crucial that players have the lowest possible latencies for consistent gameplay. If you are experiencing high ping issues on Valorant, then you have come to the right place.

Today, we will see what you can do to fix your pinging issues on Valorant or just to reduce lag in the game.


While there is no sure-fire "fix" for your pinging problems, you can try a variety of things to significantly reduce your game lag and improve your ping accordingly.

  • First of all, make sure your ISP (Internet Service Provider) is not the root of the problem. If your internet speeds are as slow as molasses in January, there really isn't much you can do to improve your in-game latency in virtually any video game. If that's the case, try upgrading your internet plan to one that provides more speed. You can also consider changing ISPs if necessary.
  • Another obvious solution would be to simply reboot your router, which can often solve your latency issues to a great extent.
  • Background app restriction is also not optional for your ideal gaming experience. Any app that runs in the background while you play can hamper in-game latencies. At the beginning of any game, open your task manager (CTRL + SHIFT + ESC) and close any unnecessary processes that may be eating up your internet speed.
  • Next, you need to reduce the number of connections on your router. For example, if you have three phones in your home connected to the router, your internet speed can be seriously affected while gaming.

How to fix high ping in Valorant

  1. Get High Internet Speed Plan
  2. Fix Your Wifi Router Settings.
  3. Limit the number of Active Clients on your Wifi
  4. Set Valorant to High Priority in Task Manager.
  5. Ending All Background Processes and Tasks

Once you've followed the steps above, you should see a significant decrease in your in-game pings. If you have any other solutions that we may have missed, be sure to leave them in the comments below.


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