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Best Valorant Crosshair: Based On The Top Valorant Players

Best Valorant Crosshair - Color: Cyan Dot: Off Outlines: On Outlines opacity: 0.50 Outlines thickness: 1 Inner lines: On Inner line opacity: 1 Inner line length: 4 Inner line thickness: 2 Inner line offset: 3 Outer lines: Off Movement and firing errors: All off Crosshair code: 0;P;c;5;f;0;s;0;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
In this guide

With the endless combination of settings available, finding the best Valorant crosshair for your skill level and play style can be difficult. That’s why we put together this in-depth guide, so you can spend time improving at playing the game, not fussing with settings through trial and error.

It’s true that there is some level of preference for Valorant crosshairs. It’s also true that there are some tried-and-true crosshair settings the best Valorant players use to beat the competition.

To find the perfect combination of settings, we went to our archives where we track Valorant crosshairs for some of the best players. We crunched the numbers to understand at a deep level what makes a good crosshair and came up with the single best Valorant crosshair for most players. We’ve also included in this guide crosshair settings for players that prefer dot crosshairs and for beginners.

Quick take

The best Valorant crosshair code is 0;P;c;5;f;0;s;0;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0. This crosshair closely mirrors the setup pros are using to improve their aim and target enemies fast. The best dot crosshair code is 0;P;c;5;d;1;f;0;s;0;0l;4;0o;6;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0 and the best crosshair code for beginners is 0;P;c;5;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0.

Best Valorant crosshair

The following settings mirror the same Valorant crosshairs that some of the top players are using, all while helping improve accuracy by avoiding unnecessary bulk, which can work against targeting enemies quickly.

  • Color: Cyan
  • Dot: Off
  • Outlines: On
  • Outlines opacity: 0.50
  • Outlines thickness: 1
  • Inner lines: On
  • Inner line opacity: 1
  • Inner line length: 4
  • Inner line thickness: 2
  • Inner line offset: 3
  • Outer lines: Off
  • Movement and firing errors: All off
  • Crosshair code: 0;P;c;5;f;0;s;0;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Pro tip

We track the crosshair settings for many of Valorant’s most popular players. These full crosshair settings for all Valorant players we track can be found by visiting our Valorant pro settings page. You’ll find there a breakdown of each player’s crosshairs, plus links to their comprehensive Valorant settings, including keybinds, sensitivities, and more.

Color

Within our player sample set, cyan has the highest color pick rate. Green and white followed closely behind. We do think most players will have an edge choosing cyan based on its visibility and the contrasting nature of its color across Valorant maps. That said, green and white are popular alternatives that offer similar levels of visibility.

Dot

A good crosshair for Valorant has the center dot off, and that’s a similar belief held by pros. Most pro players use crosshairs with the dot off.

While adding a dot can help center your crosshair on a target, the dot isn’t visible enough at a distance to be useful without increasing thickness. In that scenario, the added dot thickness can obscure targets and potentially reduce accuracy.

Our suggested inner lines help offset the lack of a dot with a balanced length and offset that is easy to target enemies fast.

If you prefer a dot Valorant crosshair, read on below. We don’t want to leave you hanging and have provided what we view as a good dot crosshair for Valorant.

Outlines

We deviate slightly from the best Valorant players when it comes to outlines. The majority of Valorant pros turn off outlines, but that’s not the best approach for most players who aren’t as skilled as pros. The added thickness can help your crosshair stand out against the various backdrops within Valorant.

This is most important against backdrop colors close to Cyan’s color spectrum. Similar colors appear quite frequently within Valorant with various blue and green colors across the maps. Turning off outlines can mean losing sight of your Valorant crosshair.

Outer lines

Adding outer lines around the inner lines of your crosshair doesn’t grant much additional value to help center your sights on a target. Accordingly, it’s best to keep your Valorant crosshair simple and get the right color and inner lines instead.

Outer lines can be useful when you want to get creative with your Valorant crosshair, including mimicking your crosshair like a Pokeball, among many other custom and fun options.

Admittedly, it’s fun to tinker and try out these crosshairs, especially on the fly with a crosshair generator. We don’t see the value in adding outer lines when the focus is on sighting enemies fast.

Movement and firing errors

You have the option of adding movement and firing errors for both inner and outer lines. Since we aren’t recommending using outer lines, we’ll focus on just inner lines. All of the players we reviewed played with movement error off. Only one of the players we track turned the firing error on.

These error settings could benefit beginner players, but their value in those situations isn’t compelling. We detail below the best Valorant crosshair for beginners if you need assistance as you improve in the game.

Best dot crosshair in Valorant

Best Valorant Dot Crosshair - Color: Cyan Dot: On Center dot opacity: 1 Center dot thickness: 2 Outlines: On Outline opacity: 0.5 Outline thickness: 1 Inner lines: On Inner line opacity: 1 Inner line length: 4 Inner line thickness: 2 Inner line offset: 6 Outer lines: Off Crosshair code: 0;P;c;5;d;1;f;0;s;0;0l;4;0o;6;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
Crosshair screenshots sourced from www.vcrdb.net

Players wanting to add a dot may be best to use the below Valorant dot crosshair settings.

  • Color: Cyan
  • Dot: On
  • Center dot opacity: 1
  • Center dot thickness: 2
  • Outlines: On
  • Outline opacity: 0.5
  • Outline thickness: 1
  • Inner lines: On
  • Inner line opacity: 1
  • Inner line length: 4
  • Inner line thickness: 2
  • Inner line offset: 6
  • Outer lines: Off
  • Crosshair code: 0;P;c;5;d;1;f;0;s;0;0l;4;0o;6;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

This crosshair closely mirrors our suggested Valorant crosshair detailed in prior sections on this page but makes a few important adjustments.

Firstly, we want to make the center dot as visible as possible without increasing its thickness and obscuring targets. A center dot opacity of 1 and a center dot thickness of 2 help achieve this outcome.

It’s important to also adjust the inner lines to accommodate the added dot. Adjust the inner line offset to 6 to add some separation between the dot and the beginning of the inner line, so the lines and dot don’t bleed together.

Best Valorant crosshair for beginners

Best Valorant Crosshair Beginners - Color: Cyan Dot: Off Outlines: On Outlines opacity: 0.50 Outlines thickness: 1 Inner lines: On Inner line opacity: 1 Inner line length: 4 Inner line thickness: 2 Inner line offset: 3 Outer lines: Off Movement and firing errors: All off Copy spectated player crosshair: On Fade crosshair with firing error: On Crosshair code: 0;P;c;5;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
Crosshair screenshots sourced from www.vcrdb.net

Beginners jumping into Valorant for their first few times can benefit from choosing the right crosshair settings to help aim and deal with recoil. Here is the best crosshair in Valorant for beginners.

  • Color: Cyan
  • Dot: Off
  • Outlines: On
  • Outlines opacity: 0.50
  • Outlines thickness: 1
  • Inner lines: On
  • Inner line opacity: 1
  • Inner line length: 4
  • Inner line thickness: 2
  • Inner line offset: 3
  • Outer lines: Off
  • Movement and firing errors: All off
  • Copy spectated player crosshair: On
  • Fade crosshair with firing error: On
  • Crosshair code: 0;P;c;5;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

You’ll notice that this crosshair mirrors our overall best Valorant crosshair settings. The main differences are turning on copy spectated player crosshair and enabling fade crosshair with firing error.

Turning on the ability to copy a spectated player’s crosshair can be helpful when you find one you want to copy. Try out their crosshair to see if it’s a better fit to customize what works best for you over time, then turn off the setting once you’ve found a crosshair that suits you.

Fade crosshair with firing error will fade the top half of your crosshair as recoil sets in and drives your sights off target. The fading action can be a helpful visual signal that it’s time to stop spraying bullets and wasting ammo as the gun’s recoil takes over.

Improving your aim

While aiming accurately mostly comes down to practice, you can’t ignore the benefits of using the right gaming mouse, playing on a fast gaming keyboard, and the right Valorant sensitivity. Our guides to the best mice for Valorant and the best Valorant sensitivity help ensure you have a competitive edge to aim accurately and with the lowest latency possible.

How to copy spectated Valorant crosshairs

Valorant developers added the ability to copy a spectated player crosshair in patch 5.04. When spectating a player during a match, simply type either “/crosshair copy” or “/cc”. This will import the spectated player’s settings as a new crosshair profile.

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Methodology

We analyzed our proprietary data for the crosshair settings for Valorant pros and streamers covered on Setup.gg. We considered that most Valorant players adjust their crosshair settings frequently. Our methodology uses a point-in-time approach. We recognize that some players may be using different crosshairs over time. Our methodology and suggested settings still hold unless Valorant developers meaningfully alter how crosshairs work. If this occurs, we will be making appropriate updates to this page.

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