How To Get The Flappy Bird Crosshair In Valorant

Shoot enemy heads through the pipes with this Flappy Birds Crosshair in Valorant!
Araxys Vandal Skin with the flappy bird crosshair
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Custom crosshairs are one of the biggest selling points of Valorant. From the Sakura to the titled heart crosshair, you can make a lot of customized ones to help you on the battlefield or blatantly show off to your teammates. You can even recreate the iconic pipes in Flappy Bird to be your crosshair in Valorant. Here’s how.

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How to import the Flappy Bird Crosshair to Valorant

Importing Crosshair Profile in Valorant
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The best way to set this as your crosshair is by importing its code onto your account. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Go to Valorant Settings > Crosshair
  2. In General, find the Import Profile Icon
  3. Paste this code (Flappy Bird Crosshair in Valorant): 0;P;c;8;u;008000FF;t;3;o;1;b;1;0t;4;0l;0;0v;18;0g;1;0o;10;0a;1;0f;0;1t;10;1l;0;1v;4;1g;1;1o;7;1a;1;1m;0;1f;0
  4. Select Import, and then you can rename the profile to “Flappy Bird Pipes Crosshair.”
  5. You can now switch between your old Crosshair and the new Flappy Bird one.

Another thing to note while using the Flappy Bird Crosshair is that it is only suitable for its aesthetics. We tried using it in a Deathmatch and are heavily advising you against it. You’re better off finding another crosshair when it comes to actual precision and accuracy.

How to copy another player’s crosshair in Valorant

Importing Crosshair in Valorant while in-game
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In cases where you lost your Flappy Bird Crosshair profile in Valorant or you want to copy another crosshair from a player. You can type /cc in the chatbox while spectating the player with the crosshair you want to copy. This will instantly copy the spectated player’s crosshair onto your profile. The only thing to note is that you can only do this while spectating.

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If, for example, you deleted the Flappy Bird Crosshair and saw someone using it, whether in a Deathmatch, Swift Play, or anywhere else, you can now copy it seamlessly. The best place to use this is during Swift Play or Spike Rush since you’ll be encountering a lot of players with different crosshairs, and you may come across something that you would like to try.

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