It can be agreed that crosshairs are the main weapon in a tactical shooter and play a bigger role than the gun or weapon itself. Crosshairs can play a big role in a player’s skill development. Just fixing or creating a crosshair to one’s preference can increase combat skills exponentially.
Valorant has become the go-to choice for many players as their main action shooter game. The game has seen incredible success since its release and has been the pioneer in the tactical shooter genre of games, beating the likes of CS:GO and Rainbow Six Siege.
As mentioned before, crosshairs play an important role in these types of games. This guide will tell you how to use the crosshair generator in Valorant, which allows you to create the best crosshair for you so that you can get those clutches and aces.
How to use the Crosshair Generator Effectively
Valorant allows for great crosshair customisation, players can create their own crosshairs by going to Settings > Crosshair settings but doing so I’m game is a hassle for many players. Luckily there’s another way, players can create custom crosshairs and look them out in their web browser before finally deciding to implement them in their games.
A website named Valofrags provides this facility to all the Valorant gamers out there in the world. Here’s the link to the website:
There is a randomizer if you want to get a crosshair without tinkering with the settings or you can take control by toggling the settings yourself. After making the crosshair you desire you can generate the crosshair code and simply import it into your game and start using it. The website also contains the data and codes for some of the crosshairs used by popular Valorant streamers and Pro players.
How to Import Crosshair Codes in Valorant
Importing crosshairs code in Valorant is easy, just follow these steps:
- Start the game
- Go to settings and then crosshair settings
- Copy the code generated on the website
- Click on import profile code
- Paste the crosshair profile code
- Click on Import and start using the crosshair.
Suggested Crosshair Setting
Here is a suggested crosshair setting that might suit your needs.
- Crosshair Color- Cyan
- Outlines- ON
- Outline Opacity- 0.5
- Outline Thickness- 1
- Centre Dot- ON
- Centre Dot- Opacity- 1
- Centre Dot Thickness- 2
- Override Firing Error Offset With Crosshair Offset- OFF
- Show Spectated Player’s Crosshair- ON
- Fade Crosshair With Firing Error- ON
Inner Lines– OFF (As these settings are off the values inside them won’t matter).
Outer Lines– OFF (As these settings are off the values inside them won’t matter).
Here the code for the suggested crosshair: 0;P;c;5;d;1;0b;0;1b;0
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