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Best Kiriko Crosshair in Overwatch 2

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Kiriko is One of the new characters and fan favorites of Overwatch 2. She’s quite popular with competitive play too and if you’re using her long-range attacks you’re going to want a good setup for her crosshairs. Utilizing her large fox spirits and aiming them true for healing moves and status affect attack moves can be difficult. Let’s take a look at the best settings for Kiriko’s crosshair in Overwatch 2.

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Best Crosshair Settings for Kiriko

With a more general blast attack, Kiriko can have a much wider range usage of Dot than Circle. Focusing on a crosshair setting (with or without dots), her crosshair length can range anywhere between 2 and 8 and get the job done but your thickness isn’t needed as a primary focus. Her center gap should also be quite large, anywhere between 5 and 8 so you can get a general range and area of her attack.

Because of her general wide area of attack, Kiriko also doesn’t need much focus on her general occupancy. Always keep your Outline Occupancy at 100%, with general occupancy at anywhere between 50% to 100%. If you want, you probably can have it at 0% and it not affect you if you’re someone who doesn’t need a center point to focus on.

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Focusing on dot usage, it really depends on if you’re using a Circle or Crosshair area along with it. If you are, with the dot in the center, somewhere between 2 and 4 should suffice. If you are going with just a dot only and ignoring a circle or crosshair area, make the dot as big as you can. Either at 5 or 6 and you should be able to hit right on target every time.

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Jesse Anderson

Always playing video games since he could walk. An immediate gravitation to the original Pokemon Blue, Red and Yellow has led to a life of loving colorful and adventurous games. From Final Fantasy to Ratchet and Clank to most things Nintendo and whatever cartoony indie Metroidvania on Steam. If its a vibrant RPG-like game, he's had a hand at playing it.

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