[Top 5] Valorant Best Crosshairs (Used By The Best Players In The World)

Valorant Best Crosshair
What are the BEST Valorant Crosshairs?

A crosshair can make or break your gameplay - which one will you choose?

The recent FPS shooter Valorant has recently released to the public to play - and with it, the game includes many great features for its players to truly customize their experience 

Perhaps the most customizable aspect of Valorant is its crosshair system, the player can tweak every aspect of the crosshair to help improve their own aim and up their play level.

Crosshairs are extremely vital in Valorant, as it aids a person's aim. The most important aspect of Valorant is a person's aim and how accurate they can shoot their gun - as it dictates how they many kills they will be able to pull off - and how well they will do compared to other players.

So what crosshair do you use? What will give you the best advantage over others? Well - although it is a personal setting that is different for everyone - there are some popular crosshairs for you to try.

Today we will be going over the top 5 crosshairs for Valorant - used by pros and some of the best/recognizable players in the world. 

#5 - Brax 

Brax is a member of the T1 Valorant team and was one of the first players to get drafted to an esports team. He is a well-known player and one of the best players in the world.

As you can see the crosshair itself is rather small and is a white color. It allows for an easier time while aiming and positioning the crosshair over an enemy, and the small crosshair allows the accuracy of the weapon and the player to be much more crucial 

Crosshair settings

  • Color: White
  • Outlines: Off
  • Center Dot: Off
  • Inner Lines: 1 / 6 / 2 / 2
  • Outer Lines: 0 / 0 / 0 / 0
  • Movement/Firing Error: Off

#4 - Shroud

Shroud himself is technically not a Valorant Pro Player, however, his years of experience in CS:GO has left him with impeccable aim - and a natural talent at the game. Not only is he a huge figure in the community, but Shroud also has a reputation with his amazing skill. 

As you can see, Shrouds crosshair is small and cyan. The contrasting color allows him to clearly view the crosshair, without it blending into any colors on the map. And the small lines allow him to accurately place the crosshair over his enemies to take them down.

Crosshair Settings

  • Color: Cyan
  • Outlines: On / 1 / 1
  • Center Dot: Off
  • Inner Lines: 1 / 8 / 3 / 6
  • Outer Lines: 0 / 0 / 0 / 0
  • Movement/Firing Error: Off

#3 - Summit1g

Summit1g is a notable twitch streamer, who pulled a strong number of views during his Valorant streams. He is a very notable figure in the twitch community and he uses a slightly different, but interesting crosshair that a lot of other pro’s use

Summit1g uses a small, white dot as his crosshair. Its tiny appearance allows him to accurately position the small dot onto his enemy. While the black around the white makes the small crosshair stand out. 

Crosshair Settings:

  • Color: White
  • Outlines: 1 / 2
  • Center Dot: On 1 / 4
  • Inner Lines: Off
  • Outer Lines: Off
  • Movement/Fire Error: Off

#2 - A_Seagull

Seagull is a retired professional overwatch player, and has recently taken up playing Valorant on his YouTube channel. He is a notable player and figure in the community. 

He uses his own variation of crosshair as seen above, it is thin, white, and with a center dot for a more open view of his enemy. 

Crosshair Settings:

  • Color: White 
  • Outlines: 0.5 | 1
  • Center Dot: 1 | 1
  • Inner Lines: 1 | 5 | 1 | 4 |
  • Outer Lines: Off
  • Movement/Firing Error: Off

#1 - Aceu

Coming in at number one is Aceu’s crosshair, a notable esports pro player for NRG - while not a pro Valorant player he rocks the most common crosshair among the pros. 

As you can see, it is small, green, and it stands out. That is what one is looking for in a crosshair with Valorant, something that can stand out - and that is why most pro’s rock this Crosshair.

Crosshair Settings:

  • Color: Green
  • Outlines: Off
  • Center Dot: Off
  • Inner Lines: 1 / 6 / 2 / 3
  • Outer Lines: 0 / 0 / 0 / 0 
  • Movement/Firing Error: Off

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