Hoody Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings

All Hoody Valorant Pro settings, including hardware and in-game settings.
Hoody Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings




Some Valorant fans want to find out and copy their favorite pro players and content creators’ in-game settings. Even down to their best Valorant graphics settings.

One Valorant pro player that currently plays for G2 which settings we’ll check out is Hoody. So let’s go ahead and see Hoody mouse, crosshair, map bindings, video settings Valorant!

Hoody Mouse Settings

Hoody uses a Logitech G403 Hero mouse that goes for around $30-$50. It’s a pretty good budget mouse that should be available for any player. But if you don’t want to use Hoody’s mouse and only want to get Hoody’s Valorant mouse settings, then you can find them below.

DPI

400

eDPI

251.2

Sensitivity

0.628

Scoped Sensitivity

1

Windows Sensitivity

6

Hoody plays Valorant with lower eDPI, meaning his mouse sensitivity lies on the lower side when it comes to gameplay. So if you want to drag your mouse across your mousepad to get a kill, then these mouse settings will suit you right. Though you can also try out the best Valorant mouse settings!

Hoody Crosshair Settings

To complement his mouse settings, next we’ll check out Hoody’s crosshair settings. He uses almost the exact crosshair as Mixwell, except Hoody’s crosshair is white. You can find Hoody’s crosshair code below. If you don’t know how to use crosshair codes, you can learn how to import and export crosshairs here.

0;P;o;1;d;1;0b;0;1b;0

Hoody’s crosshair is a simple dot with outlines and no inner lines or outer lines so as to not blend in with the game’s background. That’s to say Hoody doesn’t use the best crosshair color though. If you want to make changes to these Valorant settings, underneath are Hoody’s full crosshair settings.

Valorant Hoody Crosshair Settings

Use Advanced Options

ON

Color

White

Outlines

ON

Outline Opacity

1

Outline Thickness

1

Center Dot

ON

Center Dot Opacity

1

Center Dot Thickness

2

Show Inner Lines

OFF

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

Show Outer Lines

OFF

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

And that’s it for Hoody’s Valorant settings for his crosshair. With the above settings, you can try to add some inner lines and outer lines, and see how that plays out. Or you can check out the best Valorant crosshairs!

Hoody Keybind Settings

Next we’ll see Hoody’s Valorant settings for his key binds. He uses the normal set of key bindings for his primary weapon and secondary weapon. But when it comes to how Hoody uses his abilities, he mostly relies on his mouse. So here are Hoody’s keybind settings for Valorant:

Walk

Left Shift

Crouch

Left Ctrl

Jump

Space Bar

Use Object

E

Equip Primary Weapon

1

Equip Secondary Weapon

2

Equip Melee Weapon

3

Equip Spike

4

Use / Equip Ability: 1

Mouse 5

Use / Equip Ability: 2

C

Use / Equip Ability: 3

Mouse 4

Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate Ability

X

If you want to rely on using your mouse for most of your abilities, then Hoody’s key bindings can help you out. Equipping guns and the melee weapon is as normal, but make sure to use the best knife skins!

Hoody Map Settings

The Valorant settings behind Hoody’s minimap are normal, as he prefers a bit of a bigger map. If you’re also a fan of a bigger Valorant map, here are Hoody’s map settings which you can try out.

Rotate

Rotate - ON

Fixed Orientation

Based On Side

Keep Player Centered

ON

Minimap Size

1.2

Minimap Zoom

1

Minimap Vision Cones

ON

Show Map Region Names

Always

It seems like Hoody may forget callouts, as his map settings for “Show Map Region Names” are on. The minimap vision cones alongside keeping his player centered are also turned on, which are excellent settings for navigation, like how the best Valorant map settings are great too!

Hoody Video Settings

At last we’ll see Hoody’s video settings for Valorant. Hoody uses a BenQ ZOWIE XL2546K monitor that goes for around $430. It’s an excellent monitor, but not anyone can afford it. And as it seems, Hoody uses a resolution that your PC and monitor should probably have. So here are the General Video Valorant settings that Hoody uses:

Display

Fullscreen

Resolution

1920x1080

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Aspect Ratio Method

Fill

Frame Rate Limit

Unlocked

If you run Valorant on a low-end PC, then you might want to use a lower resolution and increase Valorant’s FPS. But other than that, Hoody’s video settings should run well for your PC. Rather, even his graphics are suited for bad PCs, as he uses low detail quality, low texture quality, etc. So next are Hoody’s Graphics Video Valorant settings.

Valorant Hoody Graphics Video Settings

Multithreaded Rendering

ON

Material Quality

Low

Texture Quality

Low

Detail Quality

Low

UI Quality

Low

Vignette

OFF

VSync

OFF

Anti-Aliasing

None

Anisotropic Filtering

1x

Improve Clarity

OFF

Experimental Sharpening

OFF

Bloom

OFF

Distortion

OFF

Cast Shadows

OFF

Albeit the settings are all with their quality low, the enemies may be a bit blurry with the background. So reconsider turning on Bloom and Improve Clarity if your PC can handle that.

And that’s it for Hoody’s Valorant settings. If you’re a fan of low graphics, low mouse sensitivity, and bigger minimaps, these will suit you right. But before you settle with Hoody’s settings, you should also try out Summit1g’s Valorant settings!



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