With each new update for League of Legends, players report having a compatibility issue with their game.
League of Legends is a game known for changing the way it plays with frequent updates to its champion roster or to the items players can build. While most players update their game without issue, sometimes a problem arises where a player or two gets left behind.
If you are one of these unlucky players seeing a compatibility issue when you try to boot up League of Legends, don't worry. We've got you covered.
Here are the best ways to fix the compatibility error in League of Legends.
League of Legends Error 'Cannot Be Launched With Your Current Compatibility Mode Settings': How to Fix
The first thing players should do if they see their game has a compatibility issue is to double-check if either League of Legends or their Windows system has an update. This is typically the cause of the issue and an easy fix as updating either League of Legends or the Windows system is not difficult or time-consuming.
If the problem has still not been fixed after this, a common solution would be to delete the game and reinstall it. All of your skins and hours played will still be accessible and will not be deleted if this is done, making this a safe option to do.
While no solution is guaranteed to work, these are the most common solutions players have found that fixes the compatibility error.
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