How to Change Crosshair in Valorant

Having a correct crosshair in Valorant is a must, since it will make all of this much easier, allowing you to customize how your game looks. To get a correct crosshair in Valorant, you may need to set up your crosshair until you get the proper one.

To change your crosshair setting in Valorant, you need to access your crosshair customization menu first. If this is your first time to change your crosshair in Valorant, you may need the guide to make it easier for you to set up your crosshair setting. No worries! Just dive into our post below, you will get the guide.

How to Change Crosshair in Valorant

Changing Your Crosshair Setting in Valorant, Here’s How!

Your crosshair can be found in the crosshair customization menu. This menu will be available to all players at any time in-game, even if you are in the middle of a match. Let’s follow the steps below to access the crosshair customization menu!

    • First, you need to press the ‘ESC’ key or the gear icon located in the upper corner of the screen.
      Changing Your Crosshair Setting in Valorant
    • Then, you can go to ‘Settings’.
      Then, you can go to ‘Settings’.
    • After that, select the tab that says ‘Crosshair’.
      select the tab that says ‘Crosshair’

Once you are on the crosshair customization menu, you will see a variety of customization options to select from. Of course, your crosshair setting can make a difference when you are in a match. Many new players probably pick certain options for cosmetic reasons.

As a reference, we will show you the best Valorant crosshair settings applied by pro, competitive Valorant players, here they are:

1) Shroud Valorant crosshair

Shroud also often switches up his crosshair, but it is the one most commonly used by the former Cloud9man. He has applied the following crosshair setting in Valorant.

    • Colour: White
    • Outlines: On/1/1
    • Center dot: Off
    • Inner lines: 1/6/2/0 (2560×1440) 1/4/2/0 (1920×1080)
    • Outer lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Fade/movement/firing error: Off/Off/On
    • Import code: 0;P;o;1;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;1b;0

2 Tenz Valorant Crosshair

Tenz’s crosshair in Valorant is great if you have obtained the basics of aiming down and you are ready to get down to business. Tenz has applied the following crosshair setting in Valorant:

    • Colour: Cyan
    • Outlines: Off
    • Center dot: Off
    • Inner lines: 1/4/2/2
    • Outer lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Fade/movement/firing error: Off/Off/Off
    • Import code: 0;P;c;5;h;0;f;0;0l;4;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1t;0;1l;0;1o;0;1a;0;1m;0;1f;0

3) Scream Valorant Crosshair

Adil ‘Scream’ Benrlitom’s crosshair may be the one for you if you are one of those players who prefers having only a center dot. Scream has applied the following crosshair setting in Valorant:

    • Colour: White
    • Outlines: On/1/1
    • Center dot: On/1/2
    • Inner lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Outer lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Fade/movement/firing error: Off/Off/Off
    • Import code: 0;P;o;1;d;1;0b;0;1b;0

4) Hiko Valorant Crosshair

Hiko offers up another small crosshair in Valorant to add into the mix. However, it is unique due to it uses a very subtle outline. Well, Hiko’s Valorant crosshair will perform well in helping you hone in on the silhouettes of your enemies. He has applied the following crosshair setting in Valorant:

    • Colour: White
    • Outlines: On/0.15/1
    • Center dot: Off
    • Inner lines: 1/5/2/2
    • Outer lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Fade/movement/firing error: Off/On/On
    • Import code: 0;c;1;s;1;P;o;0.15;f;0;0l;5;0o;2;0a;1;0e;0.25;1b;0

5) Tarik Valorant Crosshair

You can also use Tarik Valorant Crosshair for your reference. He has applied the following crosshair setting in Valorant:

    • Colour: White
    • Outlines: On/1/1
    • Center dot: On/1/3
    • Inner lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Outer lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Fade/movement/firing error: Off/Off/Off
    • Import code: 0;c;1;s;1;P;o;1;d;1;z;3;f;0;0b;0;1b;0

Okay, those are some professional Valorant players who always set up their own crosshair with those options.

Crosshair Options in Valorant

In Valorant, there are various crosshair options available in the customization menu. Of course, you can even view a visual representation of the crosshair when you make the changes. Here are some of the crosshair categories you can change:

    1. Color

For aesthetic purposes, you will notice your crosshair color option. Keep in mind, it will need to serve a purpose too. If you change a color option, make sure to select a color which shows up on the screen, no matter the background.

Since it was not bright enough, you can also lose sight of your crosshair. To do so, you can use the drop-down menu to cycle between the colors and select the one which works best for you.

    1. Outlines

Outlines refer to the border around the crosshair. If you do not want to view the default black border around the crosshair, of course, you can switch it ‘on’ or ‘off’. If you want your crosshair borders loud and proud, you can also use the slide bar to change the outline thickness and opacity.

    1. Inner Lines

This option actually changes the physical appearance of your crosshair. You definitely can play with the slides to change the distance and length, as well as the opacity to make a crosshair which works for your styles.

Those settings will also allow you to adjust the distance at which the crosshair begins from the center for those who need a little space to aim.

    1. Center Dot

You will be able to turn this feature on or off or change the dot thickness using the slide bar if you have to know exactly where your shots are landing with a visual indicator.

    1. Additional Options

When you are playing with the crosshair sliders, you probably view a few options which may need further explanation. Here’s a brief explanation of addition options in crosshair :

    • Fade crosshair with firing error: This option allows for the crosshair to fade out with continuous fire and reappear when you stop shooting.
    • Show spectated player’s crosshair: If you toggle this feature, it will allow you to view other player’s crosshair while you are in spectating mode. You can also switch this feature off if you want an uninterrupted view.
    • Movement/ firing error: It is known that accuracy is the most important thing in Valorant, but moving and firing shots can decrease the accuracy which every player strives for. Of course, those two features can help give you a visual representation of how those factors affect your accuracy. So far, this feature is very beneficial for new and inexperienced players. In fact, most players will tend to switch them off to reduce visual clutter when they get more experience.

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