[Top 15] Valorant Best Crosshairs (Used by The Best Players in The World)

Top 15 Best Crosshairs in Valorant
Best crosshairs in Valorant


What are crosshairs and why are they important?

One of the main factors that helps a player improve in FPS games is a comfortable crosshair. Your crosshair size, length, gap, and even the color of your crosshair greatly affect your gameplay. Having your preferred crosshair will surely help you climb up those ranks.

There are two types of players in every FPS game: Sprayers and Tappers. Spraying in Valorant means you hold your fire button and control the spray of your gun. Tapping, on the other hand, aims to defeat your opponent by simply firing your gun and aiming for the head. With this being said, a good crosshair won’t make or break your style, but it will absolutely have an impact on it.

Crosshairs are different for everybody; it is a personal preference. The best way to find your crosshair is to try them out in a game. Stick with us as we guide you through many of the valuable crosshairs used by some of the best pro players in the world.

 

15.  Boaster

Small square like dot, good for 1-tapping enemies.

Boaster’s crosshair is a small square crosshair. This crosshair is mainly used by tappers. Without a gap, a pinpoint aim is needed to defeat your enemies in any range with one bullet straight to their heads. This crosshair is good for players who mainly uses Vandal as their rifle.

About Boaster

Jake “Boaster” Howlett is a 27-year-old British player who currently plays as the in-game leader of Fnatic. His latest achievement was winning the Valorant EMEA Stage 2 challengers against their rival FPX, 3 games to none. Right now, Boaster, together with his teammates, is competing in the largest tournament in Valorant, “Valorant Champions 2022." Boaster’s crosshair is a small square crosshair. This crosshair is mainly used by tappers. Without a gap, a pinpoint aim is needed to defeat your enemies in any range with one bullet straight to their heads. This crosshair is good for players who mainly use the Vandal as their rifle.

What’s good about this crosshair

  • It takes up less screen-space

  • Simple, yet it allows you to aim on the enemy's head, easily.

  • Cyan color gives a warm feeling in the eyes of the user

​Settings

  • Color – Cyan

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1

Center Dot

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 2, Override firing error offset with crosshair offset – Off, Override all primary crosshairs with my primary crosshair – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, length – 0, Thickness – 2, Offset – 3, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

 

14. soulcas

Small but thick crosshair, notable for precision.

This crosshair has a medium-sized gap, which gives the player an accurate shot from all distances. Small crosshairs somehow make it hard to see, but the thickness of his crosshairs counteracts it. He also uses the green color to make it more visible. For new players, this crosshair is significant in testing the waters to see if it’s good for you.

About Soulcas

Dom “soulcas” Sulcas is a British player currently playing for Team Liquid. Soulcas is his team’s initiator; his main agents are Kay/o and Skye. Soulcas supports his team with pop flashes that let their duelists enter bombsites easily. Their latest achievement was winning the EMEA last chance qualifier for Valorant Champions 2022.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Tight gap for spraying in mid to close range duels
  • Thickness for visibility

  • For quality accuracy

Settings

  • Color – Green

​Outlines

  • Off

​Center dot

  • Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 3, Thickness – 2, Offset – 2, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

 

13. Shyy

Unique, no gapped white crosshair.

A unique no-gap crosshair, not to mention, it’s white. This crosshair is good for players whose playstyle is mainly tapping. With its superb long-range prowess, this crosshair makes its user a “headshot machine.” One disadvantage is that it is white, but you can get used to it by adjusting your video settings and playing it frequently.

About Shyy

Shyy is a young and upcoming Chilean star player who currently plays for Leviatan. He is team Leviatan’s initiator, and his main agent is Fade. This rising star uses his agent’s utilities precisely; it helps his team get the entry frags and takeover the bombsite easily. His latest achievement is getting 5th–6th place in the VCT 2022: Stage 2 Masters in Copenhagen.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Best for 1-tapping enemies’ head
  • Superb long-range prowess
  • Compact

Settings

  • Color – White

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 0, Thickness – 1, center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • Off

Outer Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 4, Thickness – 2, Offset – 0, Movement error – off, Firing error – off

 

12. JonahP

Tight crosshair for better spraying.

This tight crosshair offers a balanced playstyle. A little gap in the middle makes it easy to single-fire or tap fire in long-range combat. The length of the crosshair, on the other hand, helps or guides you when spraying in mid-to close-range combat.

About JonahP

JonahP is a Canadian player who currently plays for The Guard. He is a flex player that usually plays as his team’s sentinel. His high game sense and patience make him a great anchor in defending the bomb sites. JonahP and his team failed to qualify for the Valorous Champions 2022, as they lost against 100 thieves, 3–0. Nevertheless, JonahP’s insane chamber plays added a few highlights to his name.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Outstanding accuracy from range
  • Well-balanced
  • Exceptional from all distance

Settings

  • ​Color – Cyan

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 3, Thickness – 1, Offset – 1, Movement Error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

11. ardiis

Tiny no gap crosshair, adequate for tapping.

Just like Shy’s crosshair, this crosshair is remarkable if used by a player who’s good at 1-tapping his enemies. Its small size makes it excellent for tracking the opponent’s head easily. However, because of its color and size, visibility is an issue. Nevertheless, once you get used to this crosshair, you can easily eliminate your enemies with just a single bullet. With this crosshair, you really want to go with vandal instead of phantom.

About ardiis

Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks is a 24-year-old Latvian star player who currently plays for FunPlus Phoenix. He plays a flex role in his team. This Latvian star boosts his team’s morale with his fragging ability. You will always see him at the top of the scoreboard when they are playing. His most recent accomplishment was winning the VCT 2022: Stage 2 Masters in Copenhagen against team Paper Rex in a nail-biting five-map series.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Simple and Compact
  • Excellent for tapping
  • Only uses a little amount of space in your screen

Settings

  • ​Color – white

Outlines

  • Off, Center dot - Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 3, Thickness – 2, Offset – 0, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

10. MaKo

Large crosshair that gives satisfactory in vision.

Mako’s crosshair is newbie friendly. It focuses on having as much visibility as possible for easy tracking. This crosshair is good for spraying, especially on close-mid range encounters. Getting frags from a long distance will be a challenge, but if you get used to it, you can hit headshots too.

About Mako

Kim “MaKo” Myeong-kwan is a young Korean player who currently plays as the controller for DRX. His accurate smokes make it hard for their opponents to counter their plays. He also practices his viper lineups, which deny enemies the easy plant and also post-plant when they attack. His biggest achievement is their 100-game win streak.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Can easily be used by beginners
  • Outstanding for close to mid-range duels
  • Impressive visibility

Settings

  • ​Color – Green

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 4, Thickness – 2, Offset – 3, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

9. Sacy

Diamond crosshair, aesthetic and precise.

This small crosshair is good for people who like good looking crosshairs. It’s pleasing to the eyes. At the same time, with its small gap, it is good for duels in any range. Also, those sharp edges help you track your bullets when spraying, so you can adjust well.

About Sacy

Sacy is a Brazilian player who is currently playing for Loud. He is a retired League of Legends player who previously played for RED Canids in the CBLOL and the BRCC. Sacy plays as the initiator of Loud. His unorthodox lineups open the bomb sites for his team. His latest achievement was being the champions of VALORANT CHAMPIONS 2022 in Istanbul.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Good for spraying and transferring
  • Aesthetic
  • Accurate in any range

Settings

  • ​Color – White

Outlines

  • Off, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 4, Thickness – 1, Offset – 1, Movement error – Off, Firing error – off

Outer Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 2, Thickness – 3, Offset – 2

 

8. FNS

Large-sized crosshair good in mid to short-ranged duel, but low accuracy in long range.

FNS’ crosshair offers good visibility that can be used by players without good eyes. With this, you can easily track enemies, but its downside is that you’ll have a hard time winning a duel against enemies at long range. Nevertheless, if you practice and adjust well with this big crosshair, you can still headshot enemies at a distance.

About FNS

Pujan “FNS” Mehta is a Canadian player currently playing for OpTic Gaming. He was a former CS:GO pro. He is the captain and controller of OpTic Gaming right now. His experience in FPs, strategies, and shot calling helped them become the best NA Valorous Team at the time. His latest achievement is bagging 3rd place in VCT Stage 2 Masters-Copenhagen.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Excellent Visibility
  • Best for players with bad eyesight
  • Exquisite in mid-short range duels

Settings

  • ​Color – Green

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 3, Thickness – 2, Offset – 5, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

7. sushiboys

Small-sized gap with long inner lines.

A large crosshair with a small gap is good for long-range duels. Its size is exceptional for visibility, with a little gap that is good for tapping heads at a distance. Long inner lines are also included for easy spray adjustment.colored crosshair adds a little help in focusing on your crosshair once you’ve engaged in a duel.

About sushiboys

Sushiboys is a 21-year-old Thai player who currently plays for Xerxia. He plays a flex role in his team. He is an emotional player that hypes his team on every play to get the momentum in a match. His latest achievement was taking 2nd place in VCT 2022: APAC Stage 2 Challengers.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Good visibility
  • Small gap good for tapping
  • Long inner lines for adjusting your spray

Settings

  • ​Color – Cyan

Outlines

  • Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 5, Thickness – 2, Offset – 2, Firing error – Off, Movement error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

6. crow

Small arrow keys-like crosshair.

One of the smallest crosshairs in this list. A pinpoint aim is needed to make this crosshair work. It is so small that you need to really focus on aiming. This crosshair is good for tapping enemies head in any distance. Spraying is a little hard, but enough training will help.

About crow

Crow is a Japanese player who is currently playing for ZETA DIVISION. He is the initiator in his team. Being one of the best support players in Japan, crow always show up in big stages and clutch moments. With his well-timed flash and stuns, they can easily execute their strategies. Crow, together with his team’s latest achievement is placing 3rd in VCT 2022: Stage 1 Masters- Reykjavik.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Small yet superb for pinpoint aim
  • Takes less screen space
  • Perfect size for headshot at all ranges

Settings

  • Color – White

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Length – 1, Offset – 1, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

5. Benkai

One of a kind meme crosshair, look at that eyeglass.

This crosshair was used by Benkai as a meme crosshair. It looks like an eyeglass and is fitted with the head of your teammate or enemy at close range. This crosshair is good for streamers to give entertainment for their viewers. The center dot helps the user for tapping. Its downside is that you might get distracted.

About Benkai

Benedecit “Benkai” Tan is a Singaporean player who currently plays for the Number 1 Valorant Team in APAC, Paper Rex. He plays flex, using different agents on different maps. Benkai is well-known for clutching hard situations and giving his team a win. He and his team’s latest achievement is getting 2nd place in VCT 2022: Stage 2 Masters – Copenhagen.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • One of a kind crosshair
  • Best for streamers, to entertain the viewers
  • Can be used by casual players

Settings

  • ​Color – Custom “#FFFFFF"

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 2, Center dot – On, Center dot opacity – 0.462, Center dot thickness – 2

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 0.308, Length – 14, Thickness – 10, Offset – 5, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • On, Opacity – 0, Length – 6, Thickness – 1, Offset – 18

 

4. ScreaM

Cyan colored dot for easy headshot.

ScreaM’s crosshair is built for headshots. This crosshair is superior for 1-tapping enemies’ heads from any distance. A pinpoint aim is needed to master this crosshair. The downside of this is that it’s hard to control and adjust your spray, but why do you need to spray when you can headshot all your enemies?

About ScreaM

ScreaM is a Belgian player who currently plays for Team Liquid. He is a former CS:GO player who played for various notable teams. ScreaM is well-known as the “headshot machine” because of his superb aim. He is Team Liquid’s duelist, and he uses his experience to lead his young team to dominate the EMEA region in Valorant.

 What’s good about the crosshair

  • Best for 1-tapping heads
  • Vandal is the best gun for this
  • Preferably for people with pinpoint aim

Settings

  • ​Color – Cyan

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1

Center Dot

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 3

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Length – 1, Offset – 1, Movement error – 1, Firing error – 1

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

3. f0rsakeN

Black small-gapped crosshair for accurate spray and taps.

F0rsakeN’s crosshair is small-sized with a small gap too. Due to its size, peak precision in aiming is needed to maximize this crosshair. Its color maybe hard for some people to see, but if you get used to it, it won’t be a problem. The size and gap of this crosshair are perfect for accurate spraying in any range, and it is also good for tapping in long range.

About f0rsakeN

Jason “f0rsakeN” Susanto is an 18-year-old Indonesian star player who currently plays for Paper Rex. He is also a former CS:GO pro player. Duelist is his main role in his team. This young prodigy is one of the most explosive players right now. F0rsakeN is famous for his Jett plays. You can find him in almost every highlight of Valorant that is made by different people all over the world. His most recent accomplishment was when they came up short against FPX in the VCT stage 2 Masters – Copenhagen championship match.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Stabilized spraying
  • Steady tapping in long range
  • Color black is unique

Settings

  • Color - Black

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Length – 1, Offset – 4, Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • On, Opacity – 0, Thickness – 1, Length -1, Offset -3

 

2. Tenz

Nothing fancy, built for destroying every enemy on sight.

Tenz’ crosshair is simple yet precise and well-balanced. The size, length and gap of this crosshair is outstanding in engaging duels from mid – close range. With proper training and great aim, 1-tapping enemies’ heads in any distance is as easy as it gets.

About Tenz

Tyson “TenZ” Ngo is a 21-year-old Canadian player of Vietnamese descent who currently plays for Sentinels. He is a former CS:GO player known for being in Cloud 9. TenZ is a prodigy and is one of the most famous Valorant pro player in the whole world. His aggressive peeking and robot-like aim make him one of the most skilled fraggers in the game. You can see him in almost every highlight. Playing in tournaments or even in streaming, he never fails to amaze the people who’s watching him play. His latest achievement with his team is being the Champion of VCT 2021: NA Stage 3 Challengers.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Simple yet well-balanced
  • Good for engaging duels at any range
  • Tapping or spraying, both can be enhanced by using this crosshair

Settings

  • ​Color – Cyan

Outlines

  • Off

Inner Lines

  • Opacity – 1, Length – 3, Thickness – 2, Offset – 2 , Movement error – Off, Firing error – Off

Outer Lines

  • Off

 

1. Shroud

1,4,2,2 Nothing can go wrong with the best crosshair setting.

This crosshair is one of the best crosshairs in the game. This crosshair is suitable for all players, whether they are beginners, hardcore gamers, or even professional players. People who follow shroud, or have played Valorant for a long time know that 1,4,2,2 crosshair settings is what you want to use. If you’re having a bad game, changing your crosshair to this one will instantly change your game, just like magic. This is the simplest and best crosshair in the game, simply because, shroud, the G.O.A.T uses it.

About Shroud

Michael “shroud” Grzesiek is a Canadian player of Polish descent currently playing for Sentinels. Shroud is one of the most famous personalities in esports. He is the man, the myth, the legend of esports. He was a star player during his career in CS:GO, which made him well-known throughout the whole world. He was a streamer before he was called by Sentinels to play for them as a stand-in in their journey to qualify for Valorant Champions 2022. But sadly, they failed. Nevertheless, Shroud is still streaming his Valorant games, together with his friends, every day. Shroud’s robotic aim and insane flick shots are the reasons why you can always see him in every highlight in Valorant.

What’s good about the crosshair

  • Best Crosshair for everyone
  • You can never be wrong using the 1,4,2,2 crosshair
  • Use this and be amazed to the result

Settings

  • ​Color – White

Outlines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Thickness – 1, Center dot – Off

Inner Lines

  • On, Opacity – 1, Length – 4, Thickness – 2, Offset – 2, Movement error – Off, Firing error – On

Outer Lines

  • Off

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