Horcus Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings
Valorant streaming has become really popular in the gaming space. And the fans of their favorite content creators want to copy and replicate their Valorant settings, even down to the best Valorant graphics settings.
One Valorant streamer and content creator whose settings are players interested in is Horcus. So here we’ll check out Horcus mouse, crosshair, map bindings, video settings Valorant!
Horcus Mouse Settings
Horcus is using a Razer Viper Ultimate mouse that goes for around $150. It’s a pretty decent mouse to swing your melee weapon in Valorant, but not everyone has that kind of money. So you can come close Horcus’ mouse with his in-game mouse settings which are below.
Horcus’ mouse settings are more suited for players who are fans of lower mouse sensitivity. You’ll need a bigger mouse pad since you’ll be dragging your mouse a lot to aim with the best Vandal skins!
Horcus Crosshair Settings
The Horcus crosshair is a little green crosshair that does its job done pretty good. It’s without any outer lines and a center dot, but only the inner lines give the crosshair a simple great look. You can get the crosshair through the code below. But if you have no clue how to use these codes, you can see how to import and export crosshairs here.
This crosshair may not have the inner lines, outer lines, a center dot, movement and firing error like the best Valorant crosshairs, but it’s worth trying out its settings and playing around with them. So if you aren’t a fan of crosshair codes, you’ll find the full Horcus crosshair settings below.
Use Advanced Options
Show Inner Lines
Inner Line Opacity
Inner Line Length
Inner Line Thickness
Inner Line Offset
Show Outer Lines
With these full settings you can play around changing the thickness of the inner lines, opacity of the outer lines, add a center dot, and much more. You can even try out Horcus’ crosshair with the best crosshair colors!
Horcus Keybind Settings
To complement his Razer mouse, Horcus uses a Razer Huntsman Elite keyboard around the price range of $110 for all his Valorant keyboard bindings. He uses the exact binds that Valorant gives from the beginning. But if you’ve changed Valorant’s keybinds and don’t remember the normal ones, here are Horcus’ keybind settings.
Equip Primary Weapon
Equip Secondary Weapon
Equip Melee Weapon
Use / Equip Ability: 1
Use / Equip Ability: 2
Use / Equip Ability: 3
Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate Ability
These are the Valorant settings for equipping the primary weapon, secondary weapon, using the ultimate ability, etc. that Riot Games has set from the beginning. The content creator we’re checking out Horcus uses them to equip the Vandal or Phantom, so they must be decent!
Horcus Map Settings
Horcus’ Valorant settings for the minimap aren’t anything complicated to get for yourself. It’s a small minimap that will help you out with callouts when it’ll show map region names, a good fixed orientation to not get lost yourself, and more. You can see the Horcus map settings below.
Rotate - ON
Based On Side
Keep Player Centered
Minimap Vision Cones
Show Map Region Names
If you want Horcus’ map settings, simply copy the settings above to your game. Though you should also check out the best Valorant map settings to see what will help you out more!
Horcus Video Settings
Horcus doesn’t fancy lots of visuals with texture quality, material quality, or even detail quality, but he’s a fan of speed and precision. So first we’ll check out the General Video settings that Horcus uses for Valorant. If you want to copy note for note, Horcus uses a BenQ Zowie XL2546 that goes for around $400.
Aspect Ratio Method
Frame Rate Limit
If you’re using a low-end PC, then reconsider using lower Video settings by increasing Valorant’s FPS. But if you’re using a mid to high-end PC, then Horcus’ decision of texture quality, shadows, detail quality, rendering, and even material quality may suit you. Next up are Horcus’ Graphic Video Valorant settings.
The detail quality, texture quality, material quality, bloom and clarity can drop FPS if turned on. That’s why you’ll probably be safe copying Horcus’ Valorant Graphics settings. Though the anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering can put a toll on your PC, so be careful!
That’s everything you need to know about Horcus’ Valorant settings. So if you’re hooked, you should also see Hiko’s Valorant settings!