How to Get a Blue Crosshair in Valorant
Valorant offers a very extensive crosshair settings menu that allows you to customize your in-game crosshair any way you want. But the settings have their limitations and you are locked into using only a few select colors. There are ways to customize your crosshair and use any color you want. By using the community-created tool “Valorant Crosshair Changer”, you can apply custom colors on your crosshair via a third-party app.
How to set up a blue crosshair in Valorant
Download the latest version of Valorant Crosshair Changer from the
Launch Valorant and the crosshair changer app. The order does not matter
Wait for the app to automatically log in
Select the profile you want to edit
Choose the crosshair color from the dropdown menus
Save the settings
To change other crosshair elements, here’s what you need to do:
Hit Escape in-game in Valorant
Click on Settings
Head to Crosshair
You can now edit the outlines including the thickness and opacity
The Center Dot setting helps you customize the visual indicator that denotes where your shots land
Should you turn the movement and firing error settings on or off?
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 (First Person Shooter) 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.
Is it safe to use Valorant Crosshair Changer?
The tool uses Riot Games’ own API and does not change the game files nor modify Valorant's security features. The app uses the Client API and sends data directly to Valorant’s server, similar to the League Client Update (LCU) tool for League of Legends.
Players can also check out the source code of the app at: