Get ready to share the love and spread some lead, VALORANT fans.
In Patch 5.04, Riot Games has given players the chance to switch up their crosshairs with custom colors, along with the ability to copy a player’s crosshair in-game and customize individual crosshair lines. As a result, a whole plethora of funny and unique crosshairs have swarmed onto the battlefield.
One popular option that has taken off with players is the heart-shaped crosshair. It might not be practical for anyone trying to climb the ranks and win their games since it’s very bright, distracting, and oddly shaped, but this could be a cute alternative to the basic crosshair that you’ll usually find in games.
The settings for a heart-shaped crosshair are as follows:
General crosshair settings
|Color||Pink or Red|
|Center Dot Opacity||N/A|
|Center Dot Thickness||N/A|
|Override Firing Error Offset With Crosshair Offset||On|
|Override All Primary Crosshairs With my Crosshair Offset||Off|
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||0.7|
|Inner Line Length||3|
|Inner Line Thickness||5|
|Inner Line Offset||1|
|Show Outer Lines||On|
|Outer Line Opacity||0.7|
|Outer Line Length||5|
|Outer Line Thickness||1|
|Outer Line Offset||0|
Once these settings are inputted, the heart will appear when holding down the trigger and spraying whichever automatic weapon is equipped. If the heart doesn’t appear, players might need to go to the general crosshair settings and enable crosshair fade with firing error.