How to Copy Any Crosshair in Valorant

It is easy, seamless, and effective.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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How To Copy Any Crosshair In Valorant

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Valorant has made it very easy and seamless to acquire any crosshair by simply copying its settings.
Players do not even need to ask for and input the crosshair code as they can simply copy it by using a command within the game itself.
Here is a step-by-step explanation of how players can copy and use any crosshair in Valorant.

At first glance, Valorant might seem like any other first-person shooter but it is a very technical game that requires a lot of small adjustments across the board.

One major aspect related to refining a player's aim is to find the perfect crosshair either by tuning the default crosshair themselves, which honestly can be laborious work, or by simply copying someone else's crosshair.

Thankfully, the developers have implemented ways to make this process easier. Players are no longer required to ask for Valorant crosshair codes they like and can simply make use of the crosshair copying feature that was added along with the Patch 5.04 update.

How to copy crosshairs in Valorant

There are times when you come across a brilliant player and instantly want to have the crosshair they are using or maybe you see a wonky crosshair and feel curious enough to experience how it might feel playing with such a bizarre work of art.

Whatever might be the reason, it is now possible to copy any crosshair you come across in Valorant and users do not even require the respective crosshair code.

This was made possible after developers added some quality-of-life improvements to the game in August 2022, including the ability to copy the crosshair of anyone that you are spectating as a new crosshair profile.

Here is how you can copy any crosshair in Valorant.

  1. Tap enter to open your chat box when spectating someone whose crosshair you like and want to copy.

  2. Type "/crosshair copy" in the chat box and press enter.

  3. You can also type "/cc" incase there is a time crunch.

Now the new crosshair has been added to your own settings. Here is how you can save it as a separate crosshair profile.

  1. Go to general settings.

  2. Click on 'Crosshair'.

  3. Here you will be able to see a box with all your different crosshairs listed.

  4. Choose any empty crosshair profile and save the settings that had been copied.

  5. Now, you can make additional tweaks as per your requirements to personalize the crosshair further with minor size adjustments and custom colors.

No need to copy crosshair codes any more

Here are a few things you need to keep in mind when copying crosshairs in Valorant.

  1. Make sure you have an available crosshair profile that is empty.

  2. A player can have a maximum of 15 different crosshair profiles, but if all of them are full then the user would not be able to successfully copy.

  3. This method can be used to copy crosshair codes only when spectating the desired player. Hence it is not available in game modes like Deathmatch and Escalation where the opponents cannot be spectated.

Interestingly, you can also share your own crosshair code with anyone else by simply sharing it with them in the following manner.

  1. Go to settings.

  2. Click on 'Crosshair'.

  3. Click on the box that shows an arrow going up. This is the export crosshair button and allows you to successfully share the crosshair settings with others.

  4. Once the code gets copied you can simply send it to anyone within the game or even outside of it.

Now that you know this, hopefully, your game will improve overall. Also, you will be able to try out any crosshair you feel like experimenting with, be it with the goal of improving the aim or simply seeing how difficult some players make the game for themselves unnecessarily.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.