The Best VALORANT Crosshair Codes (Based On The Pros)

  • Use a color that’s not common in the game’s maps: colors like cyan or neon green don’t appear in the scenery of very many maps, so they’re easier to keep track of
  • Don’t go too big: very thick lines and thick crosshairs can obscure your enemies
  • You can use one of our pro crosshairs below as an ideal starting point

Just like in other competitive shooters worthy of the name, VALORANT allows you to adjust your crosshair in a ton of ways. When the game first came out, players had to import crosshairs that they wanted to try the old fashioned way: by copying all of the settings themselves. Luckily, that’s been fixed for years, and players who are looking for a perfect crosshair can just copy the best VALORANT crosshair codes so that they can try out a bunch of different ones in a matter of seconds rather than minutes.

In this guide, we’re bringing you a curated selection of the best VALORANT crosshair codes out there. This is a mixture of storied pro player crosshairs as well as some classic crosshairs such as the dot or the legendary 1 4 2 2 crosshair. Whether you’re someone who prefers the surgical precision of a clean looking dot or you want your crosshair to give you as much information as possible: we’ve got you covered. We’ll also give you a brief intro on what qualities the best VALORANT crosshairs have in common.

If you want to check out the best VALORANT crosshair codes right away without booting the game, you can always check out our VALORANT Crosshair Generator and if you’re unsure how to copy a VALORANT crosshair, read HOW TO: Copy VALORANT Crosshairs.

Best VALORANT Crosshair Codes

  • TenZ Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;5;h;0;0l;4;0o;2;0a;1;1b;0
  • ZmjjKK Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;7;u;000000FF;h;0;0l;3;0v;3;0g;1;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;0;s;1.2;o;1
  • runi Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;h;0;f;0;0t;1;0l;4;0v;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;d;0
  • Something Crosshair Code: 0;P;o;0.619;d;1;f;0;s;0;0t;1;0l;0;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • aspas Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;5;o;1;0l;4;0v;3;0g;1;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;0;s;1.2;o;1
  • cNed Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;h;0;f;0;0l;5;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;6;s;0.949;o;1
  • nAts Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;1;o;1.000;0a;1.000;0l;2;0t;1;0o;2;0f;0;1b;0
  • Leo Crosshair Code: 0;P;h;0;0l;3;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • f0rsakeN Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;8;u;000000FF;o;1;b;1;0t;3;0l;1;0v;0;0g;1;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1t;1;1l;4;1g;1;1o;0;1a;1;1m;0;1f;0;S;s;0.664;o;1
  • Ethan Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;1;o;0.503;f;0;0t;1;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • Crazyface Crosshair Code: 0;p;0;s;1;P;c;5;h;0;d;1;z;1;f;0;m;1;0t;1;0l;2;0o;1;0a;1;0e;0.847;1b;0;A;o;1;d;1;z;3;f;0;s;0;0b;0;1b;0;S;c;0;s;0.7;o;0.7
  • jakee Crosshair Code: 0;p;0;s;1;P;c;4;u;420690FF;o;1;f;0;0t;1;0l;2;0v;3;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;A;o;1;d;1;0l;0;0o;2;0a;1;1b;0
  • Shanks Crosshair Code: 0;p;0;c;1;s;1;P;c;5;u;00DD00FF;h;0;f;0;m;1;0l;4;0v;3;0o;1;0a;0.317;0f;0;1l;3;1o;1;1a;0.616;1m;0;1f;0;A;c;4;o;0.515;m;1;0t;1;0l;3;0v;3;0o;1;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;1;o;1
  • dgzin Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;u;000000FF;o;0;d;1;z;1;f;0;0t;1;0l;3;0v;2;0g;1;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;5;t;000000FF;s;2.204;o;1
  • Khalil Crosshair Code: 0;P;h;0;f;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1t;0;1l;0;1o;0;1a;0;1m;0;1f;0
  • qck Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;8;u;000000FF;h;0;b;1;f;0;0l;3;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;s;0
  • mwzera Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;4;h;0;f;0;0l;2;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • Boaster Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;1;o;1;d;1;0l;0;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1t;0;1l;0;1o;0;1a;0;S;c;1;o;1
  • Chronicle Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;7;o;1;f;0;0t;1;0l;3;0v;3;0g;1;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • Derke Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;8;b;1;t;1;o;1;z;2;a;1;0t;2;0l;6;0v;6;0o;3;0a;0.8;0s;1;0e;1;1t;2;1l;2;1v;2;1o;10;1a;0.35;1s;1;1e;1;u;FFFFFF;d;1;h;1;0g;0;1g;0;0f;0;1f;1;0m;0;1m;1;0b;0;1b;0;m;0
  • Magnum Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;u;000000FF;o;1;d;1;z;1;f;0;m;1;0t;1;0l;3;0v;3;0o;1;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;5;t;000009FF;s;0.76;o;1
  • Mistic Crosshair Code: 0;P;o;1;0t;1;0l;2;0o;1;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • Demon1 Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;o;1;d;1;m;1;0b;0;1b;0
  • cauanzin Crosshair Code: 0;P;h;0;0l;3;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • Less Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;8;u;000000FF;h;0;b;1;f;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • tuyz Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;u;000000FF;h;0;f;0;m;1;0l;3;0v;3;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • MaKo Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;1;o;1;f;0;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1t;0;1l;0;1o;0;1a;0;1m;0;1f;0
  • tex Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;h;0;d;1;z;1;m;1;0t;1;0l;3;0v;2;0g;1;0o;2;0a;1;0e;0.319;1t;0;1l;0;1o;0;1a;0;1m;0;1e;3;S;s;0.677;o;1
  • k1ng Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;5;o;1;0t;1;0l;2;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • tarik Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;o;1;d;1;f;0;0b;0;1b;0;S;d;0
  • Jinggg Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;5;u;000000FF;h;0;0l;4;0v;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;5;t;000000FF;s;0;o;1
  • Kyedae Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;8;u;FFFFCCFF;h;0;b;1;f;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • ScreaM Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;c;5;o;1;d;1;z;3;f;0;0t;6;0l;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;6;s;0.949;o;1
  • SuperBusS Crosshair Code: 0;P;c;5;h;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • JohnOlsen Crosshair Code: 0;s;1;P;o;1;d;1;0b;0;1b;0;S;c;0;s;1.2;o;1

For our detailed list of the best VALORANT crosshair codes below, we’ve taken the pro gaming scene as an inspiration. Over the course of the past couple of years, we’ve seen some trends develop in the crosshair space, and while pros switch out their crosshair a ton (sometimes even multiple times during the same match) there are definitely some classic crosshairs that they always seem to come back to. At the end of the article, we’ll also give you some insights on how to create your own VALORANT crosshair.

TenZ Crosshair Code


TenZ is without a doubt one of the most popular (if not the most popular) VALORANT players to ever play the game, and a ton of people are always looking for TenZ’s crosshair codes and settings. If you know TenZ a bit, though, you will know that he tends to change settings and gear all the time. He’s even been known to switch mice during games. It’s the same with his crosshair: TenZ rarely uses the same crosshair for long stretches of time, and while it’s thus impossible to pin down one crosshair as the TenZ crosshair, he does use his classic 1 4 2 2 crosshair with firing error on quite often.

This crosshair is pretty much the ‘standard’ crosshair in VALORANT, with the 1 4 2 2 values being used very often. The only thing that’s a little ‘odd’ about TenZ’s version of the 1 4 2 2 is that he has his firing error set to ‘On’, which means that you will see the crosshair react and expand when you start shooting. This is handy to keep track of your spray and your weapon’s inaccuracy, but if you don’t want that then you can just turn it off and use this crosshair as a perfect platform for building your own crosshair.

ZmjjKK Crosshair Code


ZmjjKK rose from relative anonymity to being one of the most popular players in the game thanks to his amazing performances at the very top level of professional VALORANT. ZmjjKK uses a crosshair that’s very similar to the standard 1 4 2 2 crosshair, but a bit smaller, and with a red color. This makes ZmjjKK’s crosshair a little less eye-catching than a standard-sized cyan crosshair, but the flashy red color does still make it stand out if you’re looking for it.

This is a good crosshair code to go for if you want your crosshair to blend in a little bit more without completely disappearing.

Something Crosshair Code


something is another player who burst onto the scene in recent times, and the popular Russian player likes to use the dot crosshair. As we’ve said before: this is a great crosshair to consider if you’re into tap firing and/or your playing style is heavily based on precision, but due to the very small size, a dot crosshair can get ‘lost’ in the heat of battle, making it a little less ideal for players who rely on spraying.

If you want to try out a dot crosshair code, something’s version of this iconic crosshair (it’s not really a dot: it’s a square, but it’s referred to as a ‘dot’ in VALORANT) is a good place to start.

aspas Crosshair Code


Brazilian legend aspas has an interesting approach to his crosshair. Whereas most VALORANT crosshairs are either a dot or a symmetrical combination of 4 lines with a gap in the middle, aspas’ crosshair kind of combines the best of both worlds in a crosshair that looks somewhat wider than it is tall. In reality, it’s just four lines that have been squished together with an outline to make for a crosshair that’s both very small (giving you the advantages of a dot crosshair) while still offering that traditional ‘four lines approach’ that make it easier to find your bearings in a hectic situation.

This is definitely an interesting crosshair to try out, and it really highlights how exploring the best VALORANT crosshair codes can make you stumble on some creative and interesting crosshairs.

cNed Crosshair Code


Most players prefer to leave a bit of a gap in their crosshair, but it’s also definitely possible to go for a crosshair that doesn’t have any gaps in it, like the one cNed uses in our example here. It is a relatively stubby crosshair, so people who like to go for engagements at long distances should take note of that, but if you find a gap between the four lines of your crosshair to be a bit too confusing, you can always consider a crosshair code such as this one.

nAts Crosshair Code


Despite his young age, nAts is a player who has been around for quite some time. The crosshair that he likes to use is one that’s been around in tactical shooters since pretty much forever: a small, green crosshair with outlines so that it stays visible even when looking at very bright surfaces. You really can’t go wrong with this classic crosshair, and if you are a veteran FPS player who is looking for a crosshair code that can serve as an ideal baseline to build your own VALORANT crosshair from, this is one of the better VALORANT crosshair codes to start with.

Leo Crosshair Code


If cNed’s crosshair is a bit too big to your liking and aspas’ crosshair is too experimental, you can always go for Leo’s crosshair code if you’re someone who wants a bit of a marriage between a dot crosshair and a regular one. This white crosshair is so small that it basically functions as a dot, but you do have those lines sticking out in case you need to get your bearings. One obvious downside of this crosshair is that it’s white and very small, so if you’re looking at bright background (while tracking a Raze flying through the air, for example) you might lose it in the fray.

f0rsakeN Crosshair Code


If there’s anyone who proves that the best VALORANT crosshair is the one that works for you, it’s Jason ‘f0rsakeN’ Susanto. With a crosshair that looks like a blacked out car manufacturer logo, he certainly stands out from the crowd, and while this crosshair is far from standard or beginner friendly (though that’s mostly due to the color) it’s a very interesting choice regardless. A mixture between a dot and a regular crosshair, this one is interesting to try out. It’s not the easiest crosshair to get used to, but in the interest of making our best VALORANT crosshair codes guide as varied as possible, we felt like we had to add it.

Ethan Crosshair Code


A ton of former CS:GO professionals switched over to VALORANT (mostly in NA) when the game came out, and Ethan is one of the most prolific former CS:GO pros to make the switch. The fact that he’s a former CS:GO pro become quite obvious when looking at his crosshair: this rather large green crosshair has outlines to make it visible at all times, but the outlines are a bit opaque so that they aren’t too distracting. This is a great crosshair code to go for if you’re a Counter-Strike veteran, or if you want to use a VALORANT crosshair that’s a little on the larger side.

Crazyface Crosshair Code


If you look at this list, you might think that you have to choose between a dot and a regular crosshair, but as the famous meme goes: ‘Porque no los dos?’ You can have both, and this crosshair used by Crazyface proves that. It’s a small and thin cyan crosshair with a dot in the middle, making it a nice blend between the tap-driven dot crosshair and the slightly easier to use regular crosshair. A crosshair that uses both a dot and regular lines can often get overwhelming, but this crosshair code hits just the right spot if you’re asking us. If you are someone who wants the best of both worlds you can always consider this crosshair.

Box Crosshair Code


VALORANT allows for a great deal of customization when it comes to crosshairs, so you can make some pretty interesting ones. This box crosshair is one of the more interesting ones that we’ve come across, simply because of the fact that it strays so far from the classic crosshairs (dots and lines) that we all know. We do get the idea behind this one: place head in box, click mouse, and while this won’t be for everyone it can be a very interesting crosshair code to try out in your next game.

Sniper Crosshair Code


If you’re someone who prefers their crosshairs to be big and ever-present, then this very old school type of sniper crosshair could be right up your alley. You certainly won’t lose track of your crosshair with this one.

The Best VALORANT Crosshair Settings

Most of what makes a crosshair ‘good’ comes down to personal opinion, but there are certainly some guidelines to follow.

Crosshair Color

You want to use a crosshair that stands out in all situations. If you’re going with a brown or beige crosshair it will just blend into the scenery of the maps, making it impossible to accurately track where you’re aiming exactly. For this reason, we recommend going with a crosshair that has a color that doesn’t show up on walls and the likes all too often. Neon green and cyan have been very popular crosshair colors in competitive games for many years now, and you can’t really go wrong with those.

Crosshair Size

Size is a bit more of a personal thing, but there are also some guidelines to take into account here. It’s never a good idea to use a crosshair that’s too thick or large, for example. Using a massive crosshair can obscure the environment, making it harder to see enemies who pop up in the distance or who are only showing a couple of pixels of themselves. Using a crosshair that’s too thin, on the other hand, can lead you to ‘lose’ your crosshair in the game world.

Crosshair Behavior

Contrary to the size and color, where there are definitely guidelines to follow, the behavior of your crosshair is completely down to personal preference. Some people absolutely love the visual feedback that you get from crosshairs that are dynamic (meaning they react when you shoot or move to visualize their accuracy) while others absolutely detest it, so it’s up to you to decide what you prefer.

Normal Crosshair Versus Dot Crosshair in VALORANT

A lot of VALORANT players like to use a dot as their crosshair, but this is not something that’s going to work for everyone. Using a dot can lead to improved precision (since you have to position the dot perfectly on the spot where you want to aim, whereas a traditional crosshair with a gap in it has more leeway) but it can make spraying more difficult since it’s harder to subconsciously track when you’re in the heat of battle.

Of course you can always try out a dot crosshair (and you’ll find dot crosshair codes in our list) but whether or not it will suit you will depend on your playing style: if it’s more precision-based and heavy on the tapping, a dot crosshair can certainly work, but if you’re more a spray-and-pray type of gamer then we would recommend moving towards an actual crosshair.

Best VALORANT Crosshair Code – Conclusion

Aside from a couple of basic rules you need to take into account (don’t make a crosshair that’s so thick that it covers up your enemies, for example) there’s a lot that you have to decide for yourself with VALORANT crosshairs. Do you want to be that ‘one tap, one kill’ type of guy who goes for precision? Maybe consider a dot crosshair. Are you someone who sprays a ton? Maybe go for a slightly larger line crosshair. Do you want visual feedback? Turn on firing errors.

The list of factors that you can customize goes on and on, but we’re confident that we’ve chosen a nice variety of VALORANT crosshair codes that have their roots in the pro scene for you to consider. Use this list as a baseline for crafting your own crosshair, or straight up copy a crosshair code from the list and be done with it: the choice is yours.

If you want to see more crosshairs, check out our pro list! We have crosshairs for the vast majority of pros in our database.

Notify of

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments