Valorant: How To Make Your Crosshair Smaller (Complete Guide)

Here's how to make a smaller crosshair in Valorant

A lot of pro players in Valorant prefer to use a crosshair that is so small that it can barely be seen on their screen, but how do they do it?

The ability to change your crosshair in Valorant is one of the major customisation pieces in the eSport, and more and more players are switching over to the FPS for this reason.

Here is a step-by-step guide to making a smaller crosshair in Valorant much like the pro players on the circuit.

Here are the settings you can use to make your crosshair much smaller in Valorant:

General Settings

The general settings section provides players with the opportunity to tweak the colour, opacity and thickness of the centre dot for their crosshair. Here are some suggested settings:

  • Crosshair Color: Any (depends on player preference)
  • Outlines: ON
  • Outline Opacity: 0
  • Outline Thickness: 1
  • Center Dot: ON
  • Center Dot Opacity: 1
  • Center Dot Thickness: 4
  • Fade Crosshair with Firing Error: OFF
  • Show Spectated Player’s Crosshair: ON

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Inner Lines

Inner Lines allows players to adjust the ‘volume’ of the crosshair which can help with aiming and control of the bullet spray. If you want to have ‘Dot’ crosshair, you can remove the inner lines.

Here are the suggested settings for a smaller crosshair:

  • Inner Line Opacity: 0
  • Inner Line Length: 0
  • Inner Line Thickness: 2
  • Inner Line Offset: 4
  • Movement Error: OFF
  • Firing Error: OFF

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Outer Lines

These suggested Outer Line settings will also allow for better aim and bullet spray control:

  • Outer Line Opacity: 0
  • Outer Line Length: 0
  • Outer Line Thickness: 0
  • Outer Line Offset: 0
  • Movement Error: OFF
  • Firing Error: OFF

Credit to Valorant Update for the information

Players may find that they actually prefer having a larger crosshair, however the majority of pro eSport stars will use the smaller method to get more of a view of the match area and scope across the battlefield.

Check out some pro player settings here:

  • TenZ
  • shroud
  • ShahZam
  • SicK

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