While not a meme crosshair in VALORANT, the optical illusion that is the fuzzy crosshair has shown up on TSM’s Yassine “Subroza” Taoufik’s screen as recently as August, 2021. This one is easy to create and adds a blurry, or fuzzy, effect thanks to the outer lines and it’s one sub-one setting.
Here is how to create the Subroza or fuzzy crosshair in VALORANT.
Subroza VALORANT crosshair settings
- Outlines: On
- Center Dot: Off
- Show Outer Lines: On
- Inner Line Opacity: 1
- Inner Line Length: 6
- Inner Line Thickness: 3
- Outer Line Opacity: .4
- Outer Line Length: 4
- Outer Line Thickness: 3
- Outer Line Offset: 4
The settings are not all that complicated and can be done in the middle of live round if needed. While it is just a stock reticle with no fancy settings to create the effect, the fuzzy nature of the crosshair is visible. As with most stock reticles, this crosshair is good for precision aiming as well as spraying down opponents. Players can also add a center dot for more precise guns, but this will lessen the blur effect.
Almost any gun will work well with this crosshair. Precise weapons, like the Guardian or Sheriff, and spray down guns, like a submachine gun, all should feel fine with these aim indicators. If the blur effect is distracting for players, changing the outer line opacity setting from .4 to any whole number should clear up the pixels.
Subroza recently picked up the crosshair for his own and has used it to great effect. As of Sept. 10, he is ranked 499 in the Immortal tier after the initial rank reset when the new Act started. Players can find more crosshairs with varying levels of usefulness and seriousness at Upcomer.