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If you want to tap to heads and win rounds in CS2, you’re going to need the best crosshair possible. Thankfully, we’ve compiled some of the best Counter-Strike 2 crosshairs, used by pro players, to help you in your quest.

While game sense, strategy, and utility use are all important factors in winning CS2 matches, if you aren’t hitting your shots, none of that will matter. At the end of the day, killing your enemies is the main goal, and if every bullet you fire misses the mark, you’ll struggle to get any victories at all.

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Best CS2 crosshairs in 2024

You may have watched streams of your favorite CS2 pro player, or simply want to use the same crosshair as one of the world’s best. Either way, here are some of the crosshairs that the professionals are using, along with the codes required to copy them.

S1mple: CSGO-OCskf-qjunY-FE6T6-rsTR9-7SVvD

The GOAT’s crosshair matches his name: Simple. A small cyan dot is all he needs, using it to tap heads when he switches out his AWP for rifles.

CS2's Crosshair screen, showing a small blue dot.
s1mple’s crosshair is small but easy to see. Screenshot via Upcomer

m0NSEY: CSGO-hzrMn-jXu8b-R7VH4-hQ9aa-OnMHA

Much like s1mple, G2’s young prodigy sticks with the cyan color. Unlike the GOAT, however, m0NSEY’s crosshair is a little bigger, looking less like a dot and more like an actual crosshair you would expect to see in an FPS game.

CS2's crosshair selector screen, showing a cyan crosshair with four separate bars.
m0NSEY’s crosshair is definitely bigger than s1mple’s. Screenshot via Upcomer

ZywOo: CSGO-Qzpx5-BRLw8-xFPCS-hTns4-GHDhP

While s1mple and m0NSEY stick with cyan, French star ZywOo prefers a luminous green for his crosshair. This is actually the crosshair that I use, but please don’t let that put you off.

A green crosshair in CS2's crosshair selection screen.
I use this crosshair, but please don’t try and find my stats as they will only put you off from using this very good crosshair. Screenshot via Upcomer

dev1ce: CSGO-yxFut-M6Vka-p4GAf-X5yZT-ey3JE

Danish star dev1ce uses an interesting crosshair. Just like s1mple’s, it’s just a dot, but the color choice makes it difficult to see in my opinion. I’m not inclined to recommend this one, but if you want to try it out, the code is above.

A yellow dot with a black outline in CS2's crosshair screen.
I’m not actually sure how he sees this. Screenshot via Upcomer

NiKo: CSGO-Umk5s-uxPQA-eDfJW-qWMyR-znjPK

If you like the look of m0NSEY’s, but want something a little thinner, then maybe NiKo’s is for you. It’s a little longer though, so may take up more real estate on your screen.

A cyan crosshair in CS2's crosshair screen.
It’s like m0NSEY’s but thinner. Screenshot via Upcomer

How to change your crosshair

Changing your crosshair in CS2 is simple, just follow the steps below to get to the specific settings screen you need.

  1. Boot up Counter-Strike 2.
  2. On the main menu screen, click on the settings cog in the top-left corner.
  3. From the options at the top, choose “Game.”
  4. From the options below that, select “Crosshair.”

From here, you’ll be able to play about with all the settings you desire, such as length, thickness, outline, and more.

Screenshot of CS2's crosshair settings, including Crosshair Style, Friendly Fire Reticle Warning, Follow Recoil, Center Dot, Length, Thickness, and more.
More settings than you can shake a stick at. Screenshot via Upcomer

How to import a crosshair in CS2

Importing a crosshair is also really easy:

  1. Boot up CS2 and go to the game’s settings.
  2. Select “Game” and then “Crosshair.”
  3. Where you can see the visual representation of your crosshair, click “Share or Import.”
  4. Copy the code you want to use, paste it in there, and press enter.
  5. You will now see the crosshair you have selected.

Don’t worry if you don’t like it, as Undo Changes and Reset are right beside the import button, allowing you to go back to what you were using.


For more, find out how to unlock Premier or fix long queue times in CS2.