Best Crosshairs for Valorant

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Five Best Crosshairs for Valorant

Abhimannu Das
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Here are five of the best crosshairs for Valorant that you can use in your own gameplay.
It is recommended to keep firing error, movement error, and fade off regardless of which crosshair you use.
If you copy any pro player's settings, you should still considering making adjustments depending on how comfortable you are with your new crosshair.

If you are looking for the best crosshairs in Valorant, picking up pro players’ crosshairs might seem like the right thing to do. While a crosshair will not magically help you aim better, it becomes a balancing act of reducing visual clutter and having an appropriate crosshair to position your weapons on your targets. You want to have a minimalistic crosshair that does not get in the way of your aim and helps you comfortably line up your shots against your enemies. Here are five of the best crosshairs for Valorant that you can use based on pro players’ settings.

How to make the right crosshair in Valorant

Understanding movement error and firing error is important if you want to see how they affect your accuracy when shooting. You can toggle both settings in the shooting range and see how they affect the crosshair visuals. If you leave both settings on, you will notice that the lines on your crosshair react to you moving or firing your weapon, making your crosshair bigger.

The settings are useful for newer players who are not used to FPS games. Still, if you are a veteran or have a decent grasp of how to correct your aim when shooting any weapon in Valorant, you can safely turn these settings off unless you really like having them on. It reduces visual clutter, and you rely on your muscle memory more to adjust your shots. You can use something like Valorant Crosshair Generator in your browser to get a visual preview of what each of the crosshairs listed below looks like.

TenZ’s Minimalistic Cyan Crosshair

TenZ's Crosshair in Valorant

Sentinels’ Tyson "TenZ" Ngo is arguably the best player in the world and if you want to use his crosshair, here are his settings that you can use in-game. It is one of the best crosshairs for Valorant because it is minimalistic and has no visual clutter.

Color: Cyan

Inner Lines: 1/4/2/2

Outlines: Off/1/1

Outer Lines: 0/0/0/0

Center Dot: Off

Fade/Movement/Firing Error: Off/Off/Off

Shroud’s Cyan Crosshair With Outlines

Shroud's Crosshair in Valorant

Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek likes to have outlines on his crosshair, which helps him see better and if you prefer a thicker crosshair with narrow inner lines, it is one of the best crosshairs to use.

Color – Cyan

Inner Lines - 1 / 10 / 1 / 4

Outlines - On / 1 / 1

Outer Lines - 0 / 0 / 0 / 0

Center Dot - Off

Fade / Movement / Firing Error - Off / Off / On

ScreaM’s Center Dot Crosshair

ScreaM's Crosshair in Valorant

Team Liquid’s Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom is one of the few players who has a center dot in his crosshair. If you want to copy the headshot machine’s settings, they are as follows:

Color – Cyan

Inner Lines – 1/1/1/1

Outlines - On / 1 / 1

Outer Lines - 0 / 0 / 0 / 0

Center Dot – On/1/3

Fade / Movement / Firing Error - Off / Off / Off

ShahZam’s Green Outlined Crosshair

ShahZam's Crosshair in Valorant

Sentinels’ Shahzeeb "ShahZaM" Khan has proven himself to be one of the best in-game leaders (IGLs) in the world and he seems to prefer a green crosshair compared to most other players on this list using cyan as their color of choice.

Color – Green

Inner Lines – 1/4/2/2

Outlines - On

Outer Lines - 0 / 0 / 0 / 0

Center Dot – Off

Fade / Movement / Firing Error - Off / Off / Off

Asuna’s Outlined White Crosshair

Asuna's Crosshair in Valorant

100 Thieves’ Peter "Asuna" Mazuryk is one of the contenders for the title of ‘best player in the world’ and he will be looking to outshine TenZ at Valorant Masters Berlin. Here are the settings of his white outlined crosshair.

Color – White

Inner Lines – 1/2/1/3

Outlines - On

Outer Lines - 0 / 0 / 0 / 0

Center Dot – Off

Fade / Movement / Firing Error - Off / Off / Off

Do note that personal preference should always be given a priority. You should always use pro settings as a baseline and tweak them to what suits you best. You can use these crosshairs as a starting point and make changes based on how comfortable you are with them.

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Abhimannu is a part of the content team at AFK Gaming and a lifelong obsessive gamer. He currently covers esports titles like VALORANT, CS: GO, Call of Duty, Fortnite, PUBG and more.