Valorant: Best Crosshair Settings (2022)

Valorant: Best Crosshair Settings (2022)
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Written by: Hamza551
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09/12/2021
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Finding the perfect crosshair for you is one of the most important things in order to achieve your full potential in an FPS game. It's not seen as being as important as finding the Best Mouse for you, or a Great Headset that can help you hear enemies miles away. However, it's still very important and something you should not overlook.

 

On the internet, you can find many crosshair settings. You may find it challenging to determine which one is right for you. To help you solve that problem, we have created a list of the top five crosshairs to make your decision much easier.

 

 

How to find the perfect Crosshair in Valorant

 

Many factors go into making a good crosshair. One is size; it should be big enough that you can see it easily but not so large that it takes up too much of the screen. It is also important that the crosshair remains steady on the screen, no matter what happens. This means it needs to be static rather than moving around with the camera or with the player's character. Due to this a lot of people recommend turning off the Firing Error and Movement Error settings.

 

But how do you decide which one suits your needs the best? Well, let me help you with that decision. I have scoured through all of them and collected a concise list of the best crosshairs used by professional players.

 

Professional Valorant player's Crosshair Settings

 

A lot of people like to see what type of crosshair settings and gear professional players use, due to this we have compiled a list of the most popular professional players in Valorant.

 

 

TenZ (Sentinels)

 

TenZ is one of the best Valorant Players currently playing for the Sentinels. His crosshair is unique and is regarded by many as the best crosshair in Valorant.

To see TenZ's Valorant settings check out:

TenZ: Settings, Crosshair & Gear

 

 

Shroud (Content Creator)

 

Shroud is an American streamer and YouTuber who used to play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professionally. He is famous for his aim and good reaction timing.

To see Shroud's Valorant settings check out:

Shroud: Settings, Crosshair & Gear

 

 

ScreaM (Team Liquid)

 

ScreaM is a Belgium professional Valorant player for Team Liquid. He is considered one of the best duelists in the world. He previously played Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professionally.

To see ScreaM Valorant settings check out:

ScreaM: Settings, Crosshair & Gear

 

 

sinatraa (Content Creator - Sentinels)

 

sinatraa is an American streamer and content creator. He previously played Overwatch professionally and was considered by many the best player in the world. 

To see sinatraa's Valorant settings check out:

sinatraa: Settings, Crosshair & Gear

 

 

Hiko (Content Creator - 100 Thieves)

 

Hiko, the Clutch GOD, is the best player right now in the Valorant. His aim is so precise. Being an old player of CSGO, he still maintains his reputation. 

To see Hiko's Valorant settings check out:

Hiko: Settings, Crosshair & Gear

 

 

If your favorite player is not on this list don't worry, we have compiled an even bigger list of settings for Pro Players and Streamers here All Valorant Pro Players Settings.

 

 

 

What is a Crosshair and what is its purpose?

 

A crosshair is an essential tool in first-person shooter games. It serves as a marker to lead the player's sight and shots towards objects on the screen.

 

A good crosshair can improve aim and accuracy, while a bad one can result in missed shots and general difficulty aiming at targets even if they are directly in front of the player.

 

 

How many types of Crosshairs exist?

 

Just as you can see, there are many different options to choose from regarding what type of crosshair works best for you. Some gamers find it helpful to use different crosshairs depending on their game, while others stick with one standard default option for all their games.

 

 

While the circular crosshair is standard in most FPS games, it does not serve its purpose well in all cases. In a game such as VALORANT, players can change their crosshairs, so they get the option to choose from different pre-built shapes and designs. In this guide, we will help you choose the right settings for you.

 

These are the most common crosshair types:

  • Cross Crosshair

  • Dot Crosshair

  • Thin Crosshair

  • Circle with Dot

  • Standard with Dot

  • Tiny Crosshair

 

We provide the exact settings you need to enter to achieve these crosshairs at the end of the article.

 

 

 

How to change your Crosshair in Valorant

 

In case you are not sure how to change your current crosshair, we will take you through the simple steps. First, open Valorant and go to settings, then crosshair, then select primary and then create a new profile:

 

Settings > Crosshair > Primary > Create Crosshair Profile

 

Here you will find all the settings to customize your crosshair. 

 

 

 

 

The best Crosshair settings for Valorant

 

Looking at the crosshairs that professional players use is a good way of getting a sense of what crosshairs work best for Valorant. But sometimes we want to customize the style of the crosshair depending on our own preference. Due to this, we next provide you with a list of the most common crosshair settings in Valorant. From here you can customize them to match your style.

 

All of the following crosshairs have Firing Error and Movement Error turned off.

 

 

Cross Crosshair:

 

 

Center DotOff
Show Inner Lines On
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length6
Inner Line Thickness2
Inner Line Offset0
Show Outer LinesOff

 

 

Dot Crosshair:

 

 

Show Outer Lines Off
Center Dot Opacity 1
Center Dot Thickness 4
Show Inner Lines On
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length1
Inner Line Thickness4
Inner Line Offset2
Show Outer LinesOff

 

 

Thin Crosshair:

 

 

Center DotOff
Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length8
Inner Line Thickness1
Inner Line Offset2
Show Outer Lines Off

 

 

Circle with Dot

 

 

Center Dot On
Center Dot Opacity1
Center Dot Thickness3
Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length

1

Inner Line Thickness 5
Inner Line Offset4
Show Outer LinesOff

 

 

Standard with Dot:

 

 

Center Dot On 
Center Dot Opacity1
Center Dot Thickness3
Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length6
Inner Line Thickness1
Inner Line Offset4
Show Outer LinesOff

 

 

Tiny Crosshair:

 

 

Show Outer Lines Off
Center Dot Off
Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length3
Inner Line Thickness1
Inner Line Offset0
Show Outer LinesOff

 

 

For more in-depth information about the circle crosshair and dot crosshair, you can take a look at our Circle Crosshair and Dot Crosshair guide.

 

Hopefully, this guide has been helpful to learn more about the different types of crosshairs and choosing the right crosshair for you.

 

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