DX11 Feature Level 10.0 Is Required to Run the Engine Error in Valorant is a recurring issue since the closed beta days. If you have been running into the issue lately, it is due to your graphics card drivers that may need a reinstall or an update. Fixing it takes only a few minutes, and it gets rid of the dx11 feature level 10.0 is required to run the engine in Valorant for good.
Before updating your graphics card, it is recommended to uninstall Riot’s Vanguard anti-cheat for this particular issue. The anti-cheat will be reinstalled and activated automatically when you next update Valorant. Here is how you can fix DX11 Feature Level 10.0 Is Required to Run the Engine Error in Valorant.
What is DirectX
DirectX is a series of resources and application programming interfaces (APIs) developed by Microsoft for Windows.
Its objective is to facilitate the development of multimedia content, especially video games and videos so that they can be squeezed to the maximum within the operating system.
An API is a set of definitions and protocols used to develop and integrate application software, enabling communication between two software applications through a set of rules.
Simplifying it a lot, DirectX is what allows your video games to be optimized for Windows specifically, and if it did not exist, the developers would possibly have it more difficult for everything to work perfectly on the computer.
What is Dx11 feature?
Why this error occurs when we try to install or play PUBG PC LITE. If you see this error in your system then you need to fix this problem as soon as possible. We are here to show you how you can solve/fix this most popular error easily. You need some requirements in order to fix it such as.
- An Internet connection.
- Already Installed PUBG PC LITE game in your system.
How To Fix DX11 Feature Level 10.0 Error Issue
Before performing any of the recommended troubleshooting steps for this particular problem you should try to restart your computer first as this will usually resolve most issues caused by a minor software glitch.
Run The Game With The Dedicated Graphics Card
If you are getting a DirectX error on your PC / laptop, then you are probably running both the built-in and dedicated graphics card.
Therefore, sometimes the running application or game cannot detect its external dedicated graphics card and drivers correctly.
- Open Graphics Card Utility Tool
- Select Run with Graphics Processor
- Choose Performance Mode or Dedicated Graphics Card.
- (If it works perfectly, set it permanently) Click Change default graphics processor
- Select your dedicated graphics card as the default.