You can customize your crosshair in Valorant to help fine-tune your aiming into the way that fits you the most. While some may prefer a nice big crosshair, some might prefer a small circle to not intrude on the gameplay. If you know the right settings to enter, you can get yourself a circle crosshair. This guide will show you how to get a circle crosshair in Valorant.
How to Get a Circle Crosshair in Valorant
To edit your crosshair the first thing you are going to need to do is head to the crosshair setting in the menu. Once you get there, take a note of whatever settings you have them set to now, just in case you decide the circle isn’t right for you and wish to switch back. Once you’ve done this, reset your crosshair settings to default and scroll down to the section labeled “Inner Lines” and make sure that “Show Inner Lines” is switched on. You will need to look at four sliders called “Inner Line Opacity,” “Inner Line Length,” “Inner Line Thickness,” and “Inner Line Offset.” Set these to specific paramotors and you will get your crosshair to look like a circle. Below are the settings for the crosshair that you are going to want to set to get it to be a circle.
- Inner Line Opacity: 1
- Inner Line Length: 1
- Inner Line Thickness: 3
- Inner Line Offset: 1
- Turn all other crosshair settings off.
If you want to edit the width of your circle, you can use the “Inner Line Offset” slider to change the circle size. To fill in the circle, you go back into the menu and turn on “Center Dot.” Whether or not you take these into account, the settings above will get you a circle crosshair in Valorant.
Valorant is available on PC.