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With the amount of customization available to crosshairs in VALORANT, meme crosshairs were an inevitability. Now, there is a crosshair in VALORANT that bears a resemblance to characters from the popular indie title, Among Us.
Thanks to crosshair profiles, players can add this to a separate folder and keep it along with their more serious crosshair settings. The actual crosshair is a combination of the circle crosshair with a center dot to create the iconic look.
Here is how to craft the imposter crosshair and what settings to change.
Among Us crosshair settings
The general setting on this crosshair are straight forward and do not require any setting to go down to the decimal point.
- Outlines: Off
- Center Dot: On
- Center Dot Opacity: 1
- Center Dot Thickness: 3
- Show Inner Lines: On
- Inner Line Opacity: 1
- Inner Line Length: 1
- Inner Line Thickness: 6
- Inner Line Offset: 3
- Show Outer Lines: Off
All of these settings combined should yield a crosshair that looks similar to the sus space travelers from Among Us. If the lines look a tad off, more like a traditional circle crosshair than an Among Us one, all players need to do is switch to a knife or a gun that cannot spray bullets, like a sniper rifle. The crosshair should solidify and look more like the character.
Is this crosshair viable?
While still largely a joke crosshair (akin to finding a chip that looks a celebrity), the crosshair is viable in VALORANT. This variation of the center dot and circle crosshairs is a one-size-fits-all type of aim tool that helps players with spray visualization and precision aiming. The reticle is a tad wonky to use in-game, but like most crosshair changes, it only takes a few games to get used to and use it effectively.
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