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    Valorant crosshair tips: The best crosshair to use in ranked games

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    Hey Guyss, how are you? Andrew Rangel (Twitch follows) here! Today we are going to talk about the best aim, more precisely about how to increase your chances of doing well, so without further ado, let's go!

    Veteran self-respecting first-person shooters will know that the first step to mastering a competitive shooter is fiddling with the settings. While your sensitivity is key to clicking heads, so is the scope you use, and changing it can be the secret to success.

    All new Valorant players get a dynamic crosshair that takes up a good amount of retail space in the center of the screen. While this may be suitable for casual gamers, it's not good for competitive play. Regardless of whether you want a static or dynamic crosshair, making it smaller will lead to better aiming overall.

    But what is the best Valorant scope? Well, you're about to find out. Stick with us as we walk you through many of the Valorant crosshairs used by some of Twitch's biggest streamers and some of the best esports teams in the world. If you've just switched from CS:GO, we recommend checking out our guide CS: GO to Valuing first.


    When it comes to customizing your Valorant crosshair in the settings, you'll find a bunch of different options and sliders. Each one does different things and they are explained as follows:

    • Cross color: There are eight colors to choose from. Ideally, you want a bright, vibrant color so it doesn't mix with the map design.
    • Contours: the outer edges of your Valorant scope are highlighted in black. This helps your crosshair stand out from any similarly colored object, but you can turn this off if you like. If you continue like this, you can change the opacity of these lines as well as the thickness.
    • Central point:  offers the option of having a dot in the middle of the crosshairs. While this isn't necessary, those who prefer larger crosshairs will appreciate having a center point to line up headshots. As with outlines, you can change the opacity and point thickness if enabled.
    • Dim crosshairs with fire error:  If it's on, the top half of your crosshairs will disappear if the spray from the automatic weapon you're firing is off. This line will return when you stop shooting. This setting can be useful as a visual reminder to watch the recoil pattern of weapons as a new player.
    • Show spectating player crosshair:  Want to see the windows? This setting will allow you to look at your teammates' crosshairs during a match. If you like theirs better, you can adjust it in the settings.
    • Internal and external lines:  further down in the crosshair settings menu, you will see various sliders for the inner and outer lines. Here you can adjust the opacity, length, thickness and distance to make the crosshairs truly yours. You can also choose to configure each one to dynamically adjust to movement and triggering.


    Creating the right Valorant crosshairs can take time, so if you're struggling to get inspired, looking at what the best Valorant players are wearing can be a good way to tweak the way you play.

    Here are some of the best:

    Source: Valuing


    Many players looking 'git gud' turned to Michael ' shroud game settings of ' Grzesiek before. Fortunately for you, the aim Valuing of the ex-professional player CS: GO it doesn't stray too far from the standard used by many of the best players in the world.

    While it might be a little larger than some of the others on this list, the center of the crosshair should sit right over your enemies' heads, giving you the upper hand in long-range firefights.

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    • Color: Cyan
    • Sketches: On / 1/1 
    • Central point: Off
    • Inner lines: 1/8/2/5
    • External lines: 0/0/0/0
    • Fade/Motion/Firing Error: Off / Off / Off
    Source: Valuing


    The Valorant sight of Tyson ‘TenZ’ Ngo is the same as the shroud, except it is smaller. This one is great if you have the basics of aiming low and are ready to get to work.

    • Color:  Cyan
    • Outlines:  off
    • Central point:  Off
    • Inner lines:  1/4/2/2
    • External lines:  0/0/0/0
    • Fade/Motion/Firing Error:  Off / Off / Off
    Source: Valuing


    Can you see this? You can, if you squint. This Valorant scope is for the minimalists. If you're one of those players who prefers to have just one center point, then Adil 'Scream' Benrlitom's crosshairs might be right for you.

    Scream's center point is quite small for accurate accuracy, but it's easy to make it bigger if you need to.

    • Color:  Cyan
    • Sketches: On / 1/1 
    • Central point:  On / 1/1
    • Inner lines: 0/0/0/0
    • External lines:  0/0/0/0
    • Fade/Motion/Firing Error:  Off / Off / Off
    Source: Valuing


    Are you already seeing a pattern? This is another small cross from Valorant to add to the mix, but this one has a center point and outlines. This will help you sharpen your enemies' silhouettes while keeping your aim visible in the noisiest of environments.

    Observation Spencer 'Hiko' Martin also chose to enable the firing error with this scope, which should help you master the spray patterns of the many sniper guns. Valuing.

    • Color:  Green
    • Sketches: On / 1/1 
    • Central point:  On
    • Inner lines:  1/2/1/0
    • External lines:  1/0/4/2
    • Fade/Motion/Firing Error:  Off / Off / On

    Well that's all we've got for you in the best sights Valuing for use in competitive games. Remember to review the meta with our list of levels in the Valuing and check all changes in the rating of the Valuing while you have time.

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