The crosshair is a crucial part of every FPS game. Some players like to keep their crosshair setup consistent throughout a variety of games and over an extended period of time. On the other hand, there are players who win consistently despite altering their Valorant crosshair on a daily basis.
With the latest update to Valorant’s crosshairs, players have more control than ever over the look of their weapons, and they’re becoming very inventive with all the new possibilities. A touch too original, perhaps.
Crosshair customization has always been a strong suit of Valorant, with a wide variety of settings available to players. The old crosshair system was terrible, but the new one that Valorant has introduced is much better.
A few simple forms and controls for the crosshair’s color, thickness, and opacity were all that were available before. Creative players can now make and share their own creations.
Others use it to have fun and see how far they can go with just a crosshair, while others use it to replicate the setup of their favorite pro.
Valorant’s silliest crosshair setups along with their codes
Leaderboards are taken seriously, and many Valorant players are there for a great competitive experience. Nonetheless, amusement is available for those who look for it.
Valorant gamers may personalize and share their crosshairs with this new feature! Here are some of the most unique and amusing crosshair configurations we could discover, along with the codes so you can try them out for yourself.
This thread hair is perfect for heavenly vengeance. Twitter user and Valorant caster @cosyjozie made a video where she annihilates her opponent with this unusual configuration.
This ridiculous option puts the mark in the crosshairs and is effective.
This crosshair is 0;p;0;P;u;000000FF;h;0;f;0;0t;5;0v;13;0g;1;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0; 1b;0.
The “nom nom”
This particular crosshair option takes advantage of the Bloom settings in Valorant to give the impression that you are truly tearing through the opposition.
@Pun shared a video of this crosshair.
Nom-Nom is for hungry competitors who desire clear optics at close range. It performs great close-up but poorly at long range.
The crosshair code is 0;P;0t;10;0l;0;0v;2;0g;1;0o;0;0e;0.168;1t;8;1l;10;1v;0;1g;1;1o;17;1a;1;1m;0;1f;0.
the nerd glasses
The nerd crosshair is one of these ideas, and it’s probably the one with the most originality. You start off by giving the other agents a short makeover by giving them glasses.
Twitter user @whoisjioon has been putting in a lot of hard work with this crosshair, and he’s also had some entertaining exchanges with his teammates while using this multipurpose setup.
This is the most useable with a dot in the center of your screen and has produced some hilarious screenshots of the Valorant roster sporting vague glasses.
The crosshair code is : 0;s;1;P;c;8;t;2;o;1;d;1;b;1;a;0.462;f;0;0t;10;0l;14; 0v;0;0g;1;0o;5;0a;0.308;0f;0;1t;1;1l;6;1v;0;1g;1;1o;18;1a;0;1m;0;1f; 0;S;d;0
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