Dot Crosshair is one of the most commonly used Crosshairs in the Valorant universe. Many famous Valorant professional players and streamers use the Dot-shaped Crosshair as their primary day-to-day Crosshair. To create a Dot Crosshair, you will need to turn on both Inner lines and the center dot while switching off the Outer lines.
How to create new Crosshairs in Valorant?
Most of you would probably know to change a Crosshair in Valorant. If not, follow the instructions given below.
- Open Valorant, and in the main menu, look for the Settings icon on the top right corner.
- Click on the Settings button, and in the new window, choose the Crosshair options.
- Use the Crosshair profiles option to create a new Crosshair and start customizing it using the primary section.
Creating a Dot Crosshair
General Crosshair Settings:
|Color||Any color of your choice (We recommend white or yellow-green for a vibrant appeal)|
|Center Dot Opacity||1|
|Center Dot Thickness||4|
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||1|
|Inner Line Length||1|
|Inner Line Thickness||4|
|Inner Line Offset||2|
|Show Outer Lines||Off|
|Outer Line Opacity||0|
|Outer Line Length||0|
|Outer Line Thickness||0|
|Outer Line Offset||0|
Turn off the Firing and Movement Error option in each of the categories.
Valorant Dot Crosshair Code
If you feel bored with inputting the settings, you can always import the given Dot Crosshair Code into your system.
- Code: 0;P;c;3;h;0;d;1;z;4;0t;4;0l;1;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
Is the Crosshair any good?
Yes, the Crosshair is good in both casual and competitive ranked matches. Using a minimal Crosshair allows you to concentrate more on the game's shooting mechanics. Some professional players may even vouch for it as the best Crosshair in the entire game.
Remember, you can change the thickness of the Dot Crosshair by adjusting the central dot thickness option or the inner line offset.