T1 Brax Mouse,Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video settings
The CS:GO prodigy who got banned by Valve, found a new passion as Valorants first professional player.
After his 2014 Ban Brax continued streaming and building a fanbase, until a new opportunity presented itself. And that opportunity came in the form of Valorant, the new first person shooter game that Riot Games released in 2020. He changed his IGN to “Brax'' and signed to T1 as the first professional Valorant player, in February of 2020.
After an up and down 20 months with the team, he decided to step back from the main team to focus on streaming, while still under the T1 organization. The career of Brax has been a bumpy road to say the least, but one thing is certain. The talent will always be there, and in this article we are going to reveal Brax Valorant settings that enable that talent to shine and gather a massive audience and following on Twitch and Youtube.
Brax Mouse Settings
When looking at Brax Valorant mouse settings we can see that unlike the other pros, he favors 400 DPI mouse acceleration instead of 800 DPI. But he makes up for it with Valorant mouse sensitivity of 0,55, which is a lot more than active pros. On the other hand, if you have read our best mouse settings article, you would know that the most important mouse sensitivity setting for FPS gamers is EDPI. And in that category, Brax’s settings for EDPI are lower than most pros Valorant settings even though he has a higher mouse sensitivity.
With a scoped sensitivity of 1 and with Raw Input Buffer turned on, Brax Valorant mouse settings make sure that the game performs as he wants it to. He will still have 0,55 sensitivity when ADS’ing with weapons and his Logitech MX518 mouse will have less delay between the game and his device.
Brax Crosshair Settings
A trend we commonly see with former Counter Strike professional players is that they don't like changing a lot of the Valorant settings often. Brax has been using the same perfect crosshair ever since Valorant was in testing.
No outlines, no center dot, no outer lines. 1423 on the inner lines and the only change we have seen is his crosshair color. He has been rocking the white, cyan and currently plays with the green color crosshair.
In case you have missed it, we have a separate article in which we cover the best crosshair colors, in which we explain why these three are the best crosshair colors. It seems Braxton Pierce is agreeing with us. Movement error and firing error have both been turned off, probably because it causes a distraction and he’s used to learning spray control since he was a kid.
Brax Keybind Settings
In this table we can see Brax key bindings for his Logitech G Pro X keyboard that a lot of pro’s favor. All of Brax’s Valorant settings seem to be the default ones, with Brax not using the Mouse Wheel for B-Hopping or any of the mouse buttons. Every command that comes to his character is through the keyboard and that’s how you can recognize an old school gamer.
His primary weapon is on the 1 key, His secondary weapon is on the 2 key, and his melee weapon is on the 3 key. All of this makes Brax Valorant settings easy to replicate and implement.
Brax Map Settings
When looking at Brax Valorant settings for his minimap, we can see that the map is a bit less zoomed and smaller in general than the maximum, which is probably personal preference. In our best minimap settings article we talked about how detrimental having the Keep Player Centered setting turned On is.
Brax Video Settings
With his setup consisting of the Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti and a 27” inch 240 Hz Zowie monitor, we can safely assume that Brax Valorant video settings are up to par. His resolution is the default one for monitors of that size, and like a true CS:GO veteran, he has everything on low.
But contrary to that, in this table we can see that he has Vignette and Multithreaded Rendering turned On, so he can see a more vivid picture. He is one of the rare Valorant professional players that implement first person shadows in their video settings, but we guess it’s just a habit from his days of competitive play. Brax Valorant video settings show his use of Anisotropic Filtering, which we explained in our best graphic settings article, so you should definitely check it out.