Auristralis' Crosshair codes.
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Everyone gets obsessed over VALORANT crosshair codes. For some reason, people assume that if they use the same crosshair and sensitivity as the pros, they’ll be able to play like them.

Most people would simply discount that, I actually think there is a slight sliver of truth in it. While skill, aim, and game sense are the most important factors when it comes to getting better at VALORANT, your settings do play a part. A player using a terrible crosshair and 1,000 DPI with 0.5 sensitivity will almost always be outgunned by someone with a good crosshair and reasonable sensitivity, regardless of skill level.

So, your VALORANT crosshair is important. That’s why we’re compiling the crosshair codes belonging to Auristralis’ VALORANT team. So, if you’re in need of a new crosshair, try one of the ones below.

Auristralis’ VALORANT Team’s Crosshair Codes


Auristralis' VALORANT crosshair Codes - WANHEDA
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WANHEDA VALORANT Crosshair Code – 0;P;c;5;h;0;f;0;0l;4;0o;1;0a;1;0e;0.328;1b;0

This crosshair is my least favorite being featured here. Initially, it looks like the standard Tenz crosshair you see every other player running. There’s one key difference, though, and that’s the firing error.

WANHEDA’s crosshair has a firing error setting that causes the crosshair to expand while firing. The idea here is that it helps you maintain trigger discipline as you can visibly see your crosshair become less accurate, and that’s great for someone learning the ropes of VALORANT. If you’ve got 100+ hours invested in the game, though, there’s no need for it.

You might disagree, though, in which case feel free to try it.


Auristralis' VALORANT crosshair Codes -  Auri
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Auri VALORANT Crosshair Code – 0;s;1;P;c;1;o;1;d;1;0l;1;0o;1;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

I’m a fan of this crosshair, although it’s not my favorite on team Auristralis. It’s ScreaM’s old dot crosshair, except a bit larger with a chunky black outer border.

Personally, I think that’s a great touch. As someone with poor vision and the attention span of a goldfish, it can be hard to focus on smaller, minuscule crosshairs. This one maintains the level of precision that a dot crosshair gives you while not being so small that you can’t even aim in the first place. If you’re like me and prefer chunkier crosshairs, give this one a go.


Auristralis' VALORANT crosshair Codes - Sevire
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Sevire VALORANT Crosshair Code – 0;s;1;P;c;5;o;1;d;1;z;1;0t;1;0l;1;0o;0;0a;0;0f;0;1b;0;S;d;0

Sevire’s VALORANT crosshair code is pretty much just a version of ScreaM’s. It’s like Auri’s, but a bit smaller.

I’m going to contradict myself here, but this is actually my favorite crosshair being featured today. Something about the added black border makes hitting shots with this crosshair surprisingly easy. It’s small and precise, but it’s not overly difficult to aim with like some other ScreaM crosshairs are.

I would recommend you give this one a shot just for the novelty of experimenting with it for yourself. You might pick up on what I’m talking about.


Auristralis' Carter crosshair.
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Carter VALORANT Crosshair Code – 0;P;c;1;h;0;f;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1t;0;1l;0;1o;0;1a;0;1m;0;1f;0

Carter’s VALORANT crosshair is the most traditional of the team. It’s a solid cross, no border, and no center space.

Personally, I like having space in the center of my crosshair so I can see what I’m shooting at. That’s just personal preference, though. At the end of the day, a crosshair like this is safe, and that’s all some players are looking for.

If you haven’t been able to settle on a crosshair for a while, try this one out for a day or two. It’s simple and sleek, and by extension – accurate.


Auristralis' VALORANT crosshair code for Al1en.
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Al1en Crosshair Code – 0;s;1;P;c;5;h;0;f;0;0l;4;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Lastly, we have Al1en. Al1en’s crosshair is pretty much just Tenz’s. It’s not identical – it’s a bit wider. Otherwise, though, it’s Tenz’s crosshair.

If you haven’t used Tenz’s crosshair or this crosshair before, then give one of them a shot. There’s a reason it’s such a popular archetype, although I don’t use it personally. Everyone else does, though, so there’s clearly something about it that works.

You’ll find this style of crosshair everywhere, and for good reason. It’s a T1 crosshair style that, at the very least, you should experiment with.

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