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Best VALORANT Crosshair Codes

Want to aim like a pro? You'll need an pro crosshair, first!
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Updated: October 19, 2023

On the lookout for the newest VALORANT crosshair codes!

I climbed from Bronze to Diamond, solo, in one act. So, I know a thing or two about the best VALORANT crosshair codes. I’ve used a whole bunch of them, some of them were great. Others… less so. I’m here to help you figure out which VALORANT crosshairs are worth using, and hopefully save you some RR in the process.

Word to the wise, though. The best crosshair is the one that you can perform with. Just because you use Tenz’s crosshair doesn’t mean you’ll be Sentinel’s next all-star player. For example, I don’t use a pro crosshair. I use a cross that’s slightly larger than almost every professional crosshair because I have poor eyesight. That lets me perform, even though it’s not a typical crosshair choice.

Best VALORANT Crosshair Codes


best VALORANT crosshair codes - Tenz
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Tenz VALORANT crosshair code – 0;s;1;P;c;5;h;0;m;1;0l;4;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0;S;c;4;o;1

Despite Tenz being one of the best VALORANT players in the world, his crosshair is actually pretty accessible. It’s a small cross with enough center space to comfortably see whatever it is you’re shooting at.

It’s a good size, but not too big that it obstructs targets at long range. Despite being a headshot monster, Tenz’s crosshair is exceptionally well balanced for both spray and controlled gunfights, from any range. It’s a great all-around crosshair for anyone comfortable enough with VALORANT to start grinding out ranked play.


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Scream VALORANT crosshair code – 0;P;c;5;o;1;0t;1;0l;1;0o;1;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Scream‘s VALORANT crosshair is a fair bit less accessible than Tenz. Its small, compact nature leaves you with pretty much no room for error. Micro-corrections in long-range gunfights with this crosshair are particularly difficult. However, this comes with a level of precision that larger crosshairs don’t offer you.

Given that Scream is known for his ability to hit insane headshots, it only makes sense for his crosshair to complement that. The entire crosshair is smaller than a standard head, so you’ll know if you’re going to hit your shot or not. If you’ve got particularly good flicks and are confident in your ability to click heads, this crosshair will do you a world of good.


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Yay VALORANT crosshair code – 0;P;h;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Yay‘s crosshair is much more conventional than that of a lot of pros. As a result, it’s also one of the most accessible. Despite Yay being one of the best players in the world, his crosshair is simplistic and easy to pick up.

It’s the only one out of the three best VALORANT crosshair codes that we’re featuring here that doesn’t have space in the center. It’s a solid cross. This makes it slightly more difficult to see what you’re shooting at mid-gunfight, but it does make the crosshair easier to see and track.

If you’re new to VALORANT and you’re looking for a crosshair that’s easy to use but still high quality, Yay’s crosshair is it.

How Do I Get My VALORANT Crosshair Code?

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Getting your VALORANT crosshair code is incredibly easy. First, open the game and navigate to your settings menu. From there, click on the crosshair tab to open up your crosshair customization options.

Once you’re in the crosshair menu, hover over the two buttons you see circled above. The button on the left will export your currently equipped crosshair. In other words, it will copy your crosshair code, letting you paste it to wherever you want.

On the right-hand side is the import button. This will open up a text box for you to paste an external crosshair code into. That’s how you use the three crosshairs included in this guide or any other crosshair code from any other source.

Tenz Was Built, Not Born

Hopefully, you managed to get something of value out of this VALORANT crosshair guide. Just remember that Tenz wasn’t born this good, he trained and practiced. So, changing your crosshair is all well and good – it IS important to have a good crosshair – but that won’t win you games. Practice with that crosshair, though, and I promise you that your aim, and rank, will improve.

About the author

Matthew Wilson

Matthew Wilson is currently the Managing Editor for Gamer Journalist. He's previously served as Managing Editor for the Lifestyle brand Outsider. Matthew has also worked for USA TODAY, Business Insider, Esquire, and Psychology Today. In his free time, he loves to travel and to play video games, two passions that fuel his work.

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