Despite its name, the Double Crosshair in Valorant is actually just a single crosshair with some empty space between them. If you’re looking for this crosshair, here are the necessary settings and code.
Valorant Guide – Double Crosshair settings
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||1|
|Inner Line Length||L-10, R-0|
|Inner Line Thickness||2|
|Inner Line Offset||10|
|Show Outer Lines||On|
|Outer Line Opacity||1|
|Outer Line Length||L-2, R-0|
|Outer Line Thickness||10|
|Outer Line Offset||24|
Valorant Guide – Double Crosshair code
If you just want to copy and paste a code to get the Double Crosshair in Valorant, here it is:
The Double Crosshair, in my opinion, is unsuitable for casual or ranked games and should only be used to troll your in-game friends in custom matches. Normally, you would aim where your crosshair is, but with this Double Crosshair, you aim in the negative space between the two. This crosshair is large and will take up a lot of screen space. It may also be difficult to aim with, reducing efficiency.
Valorant is a free-to-play first-person tactical hero shooter for Windows developed and published by Riot Games. In October 2019, the game was teased as Project A, and it began a closed beta period with limited access on April 7, 2020, followed by a release on June 2, 2020. The game’s development began in 2014. Valorant is inspired by the tactical shooter series Counter-Strike, borrowing several mechanics such as the buy menu, spray patterns, and inaccuracy while moving.
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