In every modern shooter that Valorant is, properly configured weapon sights (crosshairs) play an important role, so the developers came up with codes. For beginners, the process of setting up the aiming device seems time-consuming, so many people play with a standard sight. This is what often decides the outcome of the game not in your favor, because if the sight merges with the illumination of enemies, has poor contrast and an uncomfortable shape, then this affects the effectiveness of firing and ultimately leads to defeat. In a team game, losing is fraught with consequences. We'll take a look at the optimal settings and tell you which crosshairs professional players use.
Codes for the best sights in Valorant
Each experienced gamer has their own set of settings to improve the quality of the game, but ideally, the aiming device should meet the following criteria:
- Do not distract from the gameplay.
- Don't completely cover enemies.
- Allow you to aim quickly and accurately.
- Should be clearly visible on different backgrounds and textures.
Now let's look at the top codes of sights for 2023 for the Valorant video game. The ability to customize the aiming device has appeared relatively recently, but some gamers have already found the optimal parameters for themselves, which you may also like. Our selection is based on the best scopes used by popular Valorant players:
- Shroud Player
Michael Grzesiek, aka Shroud, is from Toronto. He is a professional Valorant player who has joined the Sentinels since July 2022. Most often, Michael uses a crosshair, the settings of which are shown in the image.
- ScreaM Player
Adil Benriltom is an esportsman from Belgium, known to many gamers for the game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The Scream scope in Valoran will appeal to players who prefer minimalism, as it is a dot, the settings and code of which are presented below.
- Sinatraa player
Jay Won is one of the best Valorant players at the moment and is quite popular in the esports world. It uses a blue crosshair with a dot in the center turned off, which allows the gamer to aim more accurately and always hit the enemy. The blue crosshair is highly visible in any environment.
- Tenz player
Tyson Ngo is a professional Valorant player from Canada who is considered by many gamers to be the "god of all shooters". Despite the simplicity of the sighting device used by the guy, it is very effective and practical. Tyson often switches between different profiles with settings, but usually uses the ones shown in the image.
- Player "Sik"
Hunter Mims is another equally talented and popular gamer from America. Unlike other players on our list, he prefers a green crosshair. Ideally selected parameters provide him with high aiming speed and accuracy.
- Grim Player
Michael Vince - a famous American gamer uses a white round sight in Valorant, resembling a dot, the code of which we provide you. If you want to experiment, then you should like this crosshair.
Code: 0;s;1;P;o;1;d;1;z;3;0t;1;0l;1;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;0; с;0,909;о;1
The best color codes for scopes in Valorant
Some gamers are quite satisfied with the standard settings of the aiming device, and they prefer to change only its color. This is done quite easily:
- Launch the game and go to settings in the top right corner.
- In the menu, find the section "Crosshairs".
- For Crosshair Color, select a custom option.
- Now enter the hexadecimal RGB code value of the color you want in the format #000000 (by default in Varolant, this value is the code for the black sight).
- Confirm your actions for the changes to take effect.
There are 6 common color codes in total, namely white (#FFFFFF), silver (#C0C0C0), purple (#800080), gray (#808080) and gold (FFD700). In fact, you can set any color, knowing the desired code:
1) Green (#00FF00):
- Dark green: #023020
- Emerald: #50C878
- Bright green: #AAFF00
- Olive: #808000
- Lime: #32CD32
- Green Forest: #228B22
2) Yellow (#FFFF00):
- Lemon: #FAFA33
- Bright yellow: #FFEA00
- Saffron: #F4C430
- Amber: #FFBF00
- Vanilla: #F3E5AB
- Golden yellow: #FFC000
3) Blue (#0000FF):
- Cornflower: #6495ED
- Sky blue: #87CEEB
- Royal blue: #4169E1
- Turquoise: #40E0D0
- Indigo: #3F00FF
- Baby Blue: #89CFF0
4) Red (#ff0000):
- Cherry: #D2042D
- Ruby: #E0115F
- Salmon: #FA8072
- Burgundy: #800020
- Coral pink: #F88379
- Raspberry: #E30B5C
We tried to find the most interesting crosshair color codes for you, but you can always experiment with the settings in Valorant and create not only a convenient, but also a beautiful crosshair.
How to set the crosshair code
We figured out what a crosshair is, why it is important to set it up, and got acquainted with the best settings that top Valorant players use, and now it remains only to figure out where to insert the crosshair code. Do the following:
- Open the settings menu in the video game.
- Select "Aim".
- Click on the button called "Import Code".
- Copy the desired code and simply paste it into the special field.
- Click the "Import" button.
- If everything is done correctly, you will receive a notification about the successful import of the code.
That's all, now you can try to play. And remember that the best aiming device settings are those that are comfortable exclusively for you, because only with them you will show a good result in the game.