Community feedback has been listened to, as Riot Games finally managed to allow other drivers to work correctly. Previously, they’ve been addressed as cheat-vulnerable drivers, which in the eyes of Vanguard was inappropriate. Luckily, it turns out everyone to be satisfied with the latest outcome.
Yesterday, Riot Games announced that an update is imminent and will address some serious issues, which not only helps the fans have their proper lightning back but also improves the anti-cheat as a whole.
So, RGB Fusion 2.0 is no longer an issue. Previously, RGB Fusion 2.0 was blocked from running, putting PC customization to a bare minimum. While ambiance junkies will be able to retain their desired lighting, we do believe the Vanguard anti-cheat has been enhanced to an extent, which may lead to discovery and bans of players that have been using third-party tools to cheat.
In an hour we're shipping a hotfix for Vanguard to +up its compatibility with cheat-vulnerable drivers. Most of the previously blocked drivers should now work. Some egregious ones will cause the game not to start but now very few will be blocked outright. Thanks for the feedback.
— VALORANT (@PlayVALORANT) May 7, 2020