Riot reschedules LoL’s Vanguard anti-cheat integration due to ‘critical bugs’

Ever since Riot Games announced that League of Legends is adopting VALORANT’s own Vanguard anti-cheat, summoners have been waiting for the newest update to install it on their machines. They will, however, have to wait just a bit longer for the upcoming update.

This implementation of Vanguard in League has been rescheduled due to some “critical bugs with the client pop-up,” forcing the developers to push the release back one more patch cycle, Riot announced today. In Patch 14.3, Riot will run a diagnostics check on your computer to see if you can apply the anti-cheat to your system. Additionally, Vanguard will be launching on all servers on Patch 14.5, which is scheduled for Wednesday, March 6.