Unlike other crosshair colors, the black crosshair enables players to identify enemies much better in the light-shaded maps of Valorant, allowing players to switch and kill targets much quicker. By default, Valorant does not provide the customization feature for players to change their crosshair colors to black. Still, you can tweak the opacity options of certain crosshairs, like the Tenz's primary crosshair, to get the black appearance.
Valorant Black Crosshair settings
Here is a complete customization of Tenz's crosshair to appear black inside the game.
General Crosshair Settings
|Center Dot Opacity||-|
|Center Dot Thickness||-|
|Override Firing Error Offset With Crosshair Offset||Off|
|Override All Primary Crosshairs With my Crosshair Offset||Off|
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||0|
|Inner Line Length||1|
|Inner Line Thickness||1|
|Inner Line Offset||3|
|Show Outer Lines||On|
|Outer Line Opacity||0|
|Outer Line Length||1|
|Outer Line Thickness||1|
|Outer Line Offset||4|
Valorant Black Crosshair code
You can always alternatively copy the given crosshair code to get the desired black crosshair
- Code: 0;P;c;1;o;1;0t;1;0l;1;0a;0;0f;0;1t;1;1l;1;1o;4;1a;0;1m;0;1f;0
Remember, you cannot make each one of your crosshairs look black. It only works on some crosshairs with both their inner and outer lines turned on while switching off the center dot. Apart from that, you can also use third-party software likeValorant CC to get the black color.
For more on Valorant, check out How to get the Heart or Love crosshair in Valorant or How to Make a Square/Box Crosshair in Valorant on Pro Game Guides.