Meddo Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings

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




Any e-sports fan would want to copy their favorite content creator or professional Valorant player’s in-game settings. These settings like the best Graphics settings can make you feel like your favorite pro, or help you find options that suit you.

One professional Valorant player who previously played CS: GO that has gathered admirers is Meddo. So here we’ll check out Meddo mouse, crosshair, map bindings, video settings Valorant!

Meddo Mouse Settings

Meddo uses a XTRFY M4 Ultra-Light mouse that goes for around $60. So if you don’t have that cash laying around, strafe to play with a light mouse using Meddo’s Valorant settings. Now here are Meddo’s mouse settings for Valorant:

DPI

800

eDPI

144

Sensitivity

0.18

Scoped Sensitivity

1

Windows Sensitivity

6

Here’s where Meddo’s ultra-light mouse comes into play: he uses really low eDPI and mouse sensitivity. This means if you want to use Meddo’s Valorant settings for his mouse, you must get adapted to dragging your mouse across your mousepad a lot for that low sensitivity. Either that or try out the best Valorant mouse settings!

Meddo Crosshair Settings

Next up we’ll check Meddo’s crosshair settings for Valorant. He uses a simple plain small white crosshair, and you can find Meddo’s crosshair code below. You can find out how to import and export crosshair codes here.

0;P;h;0;0l;3;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Meddo only uses inner lines to set up his crosshair, without any outer lines nor a center dot. And as far as movement error and firing error go, he dislikes both of them keeping them off. So if you want to play with Meddo’s crosshair settings, as well as change it to the best Valorant crosshair color, you can find the full extent of Meddo’s Crosshair Valorant settings below.

Color

White

Outlines

OFF

Outline Opacity

0

Center Dot

OFF

Show Inner Lines

ON

Inner Line Opacity

1

Inner Line Length

3

Inner Line Thickness

2

Inner Line offset

2

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

Show Outer Lines

OFF

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

If the crosshair blends in too much with the environment, try adding it some outlines with low thickness. While you’re at it, you should also check out the best Valorant crosshairs ever!

Meddo Keybind Settings

Now we’ll see Meddo’s key bindings. For the most part, his key binds are the normal ones that Valorant assigns from the very beginning. But for a particular ability, he uses his mouse. So here are Meddo’s Keybind settings for Valorant:

Walk

Left Shift

Crouch

Left Ctrl

Jump

Space Bar

Use Object

F

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

E

Use / Equip Ability: 3

C

Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate Ability

X

Meddo equips his primary weapon, secondary weapon, and melee weapon as per usual. But when it comes to his abilities he has changed his 3rd signature ability for C, and the 1st C ability for a mouse button. Aside from that, Meddo uses the best ultimate abilities like always on X.

Meddo Map Settings

The Valorant settings behind Meddo’s minimap are average. He keeps his player centered on the minimap so as to not lose orientation of himself. Alongside other settings such as the minimap vision cones, next are Meddo’s Map settings for Valorant.

Rotate

Rotate - ON

Fixed Orientation

Based On Side

Keep Player Centered

ON

Minimap Size

0.9

Minimap Zoom

0.9

Minimap Vision Cones

ON

Show Map Region Names

Never

Some players may find the map a bit zoomed in, but you can always adjust that setting based on your preference. Meddo seems to hate callouts though because he has turned off “Show Map Region Names”. If you don’t find these map settings satisfying, you should pay a visit to the best Valorant map settings!

Meddo Video Settings

Meddo uses a BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 monitor that goes for around $420. The monitor offers a lot for its pricing, but if you’re not up for buying then you won’t fully replicate Meddo. You can however come close with his video settings as he uses a resolution that most gamers should be familiar with by now. So first let’s check Meddo’s General Video settings for Valorant.

Display

Fullscreen

Resolution

1920x1080

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Aspect Ratio Method

Fill

Frame Rate Limit

Unlocked

Next we’ll see Meddo’s Graphics settings for Valorant. If you’re using a low-end PC, then definitely see how to increase Valorant’s FPS. Even with that, Meddo’s graphics settings should suit you well because he likes to keep his texture quality low, material quality low, detail quality low, with only 1 option that drains your graphics card being turned on. Here are Meddo’s Valorant Graphics 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

Unknown

Bloom

OFF

Distortion

OFF

Cast Shadows

ON

Meddo only likes keeping the enemy and person shadows turned on. And with that option, we’re finished with Meddo’s Valorant settings! If you don’t find solace in Meddo’s settings though, you should definitely see Shroud’s settings!



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