How to Delete a Server on V Rising

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As of now, Stunlock has not added an option to delete a server on V Rising. But, the good news here is–with a little bit of twitching, it’s possible to remove servers in V Rising. 

So, here is a guide to help players remove unwanted servers in the game. Let’s check this out! 

How to Delete a V Rising Private Server

You can delete servers through the game folder. Here’s how you can get this done: 

windows command prompt

On your screen, you’ll see an open folder containing various files with random letters as the file name. In that folder lies all the saves from your private server/s. 

But you may find it hard to identify where or which server is located. So, we suggest that you must have a backup copy before removing or deleting a particular file. 

Also Read: How to Check What Server Am I on Lost Ark

Note that if you removed the right folder, a red X would appear beside it. Tap on the red X, and an option to remove the server will appear. Once you press the red X, the server will be deleted from the game. 

V RISING gameplay

Mind you, this is like a trial and error process. But this is the only way (as of now) to remove a private server. 

Conclusion

Following the instructions above, you can easily delete a server on V Rising. Though it may take a while to find the right folders, it gives way to deleting unwanted servers.

Hopefully, you find this guide helpful. See you in our next guide!

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Matthew Paxton
Matthew Paxton
Mathew has nursed a love of video games since childhood. Now, as an adult, he enjoys playing challenging games as much as he enjoys relating with other gamers. Matthew created Hypernia to give gamers like himself accurate and reliable information about games, servers, communication protocols, and much more.

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