Valorant patch 5.04 focuses on giving you additional in-game features that will help you find your perfect crosshair.
If you’re a crosshair junkie who has the compulsive need to change your settings every round, this new patch has you in mind. Players will now be able to select custom colors and the ability to copy a team’s crosshair.
All the new crosshair features come with the release of Episode 5 Act 2, along with Valorant’s brand new Battle Pass.
Select the perfect crosshair settings that will help you hit your headshots in Valorant patch 5.04
New crosshair colors
Before the release of Valorant patch 5.04, crosshairs only had eight colors: white, green, yellow-green, green-yellow, yellow, cyan, pink, and red.
In this patch, players can now input a six-digit RGB Hex Code of their desired crosshair color, expanding their color options.
Selecting the right crosshair color that doesn’t blend with the enemy agent’s costume or the map’s background will give you a clearer shot at your targets.
How to change your crosshair’s color?
First, go to settings and then click on crosshair. Select primary and then input a six-digit RGB Hex code to change the color of your crosshair. You can also change the color of your Aim Down Sights (ADS) and Sniper Scope crosshair colors.
How to copy your teammate’s crosshair?
Valorant patch 5.04 also allows spectators to copy the crosshair of a teammate they are spectating.
When you are spectating another player, simply type “/crosshair copy” or “/cc” to import the crosshair of the player you are spectating and save it as a new crosshair profile.
Now you can copy the crosshair of your teammate who just pulled off a 1v5 ace.
Valorant patch 5.04 will also allow you to independently change the horizontal and vertical lines of your crosshair. To give players more variety, Riot Games has expanded the number of custom crosshair profiles from 10 to 15. This gives you more crosshairs to set and choose from.
Valorant patch 5.04 has just been released and you can read the full notes here.