Mendo Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings
Setting up the right Valorant settings may sometimes prove to be hard. Getting your preferences right is a difficult task. And trying out your favorite Valorant pro player’s settings can help you.
One such player who has good Valorant settings and is currently signed for Team Liquid is Mendo. So let’s see Mendo mouse, crosshair, map, bindings, video settings - Valorant!
Mendo Mouse Settings
First, we’ll check out the Mendo Valorant settings behind his mouse. He uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse which you can come across for around $150. For some players, this can be expensive. But lucky for you, you can copy the Mendo Valorant mouse settings from below he uses when he streams for Team Liquid!
Raw Input Buffer
Mendo uses high mouse sensitivity combined with low DPI, which results in low eDPI. This means he’s an arm-aimer and drags his mouse a lot to aim. If that doesn’t suit you, then you should check out the best Valorant mouse settings!
Mendo Crosshair Settings
Next up we have the Mendo Valorant settings behind his crosshair. He uses a small Cyan dot as his crosshair. If you’re searching for a simple crosshair, you can see Mendo’s crosshair code below. See how to import and export crosshairs here.
The inner lines and outer lines of these Mendo Valorant settings don’t play a big role in the crosshair. This crosshair is mostly centered around the center dot with outlines. You can see the whole Mendo Valorant settings - crosshair underneath.
Center Dot Opacity
Center Dot Thickness
Show Inner Lines
Inner Line Opacity
Inner Line Length
Inner Line Thickness
Inner Line Offset
Show Outer Lines
And that’s it for Mendo’s crosshair settings. Albeit a bit simple, some players may find themselves enjoying this crosshair. But if it’s too simple for you, then definitely check out the best Valorant crosshairs!
Mendo Keybind Settings
When it comes to Mendo’s Valorant key bindings, he hasn’t changed the default ones except for the abilities. With that in mind, here are the Mendo Valorant settings for his key binds:
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
If these key binds are a bit weird to you, don’t hesitate to further change them up to your preferences. Even down to how you equip your Vandal or Phantom! That can determine how quickly you’ll be to using your weapons alongside your abilities.
Mendo Map Settings
When Mendo streams for Team Liquid, he wants to give his audience a rather big minimap. He uses that map for himself to keep track of the enemies too. With a fixed rotation and not keeping his player centered, Mendo’s map settings are a bit weird. So here are Mendo’s Valorant map settings:
Always the Same
Keep Player Centered
Minimap Vision Cones
Show Map Region Names
Mendo’s a fan of callouts as he keeps the “Show Map Region Names” option turned on. And if you don’t like callouts on your minimap, or if these settings don’t suit your preferences right, then definitely check out the best Valorant map settings!
Mendo Video Settings
Last but not least we’ll see Mendo’s Video settings that he uses when he streams for Team Liquid to make the game pleasant for his viewers! And if you want a pleasant look for your matches too, you should definitely cop Mendo’s Video settings. First, get Mendo’s resolution with his General Video Settings which you can find below.
Aspect Ratio Method
Frame Rate Limit
The 4:3 resolution is popular among CS: GO players. If you’re an ex-CS: GO player, you’ll find these in-game settings very nice. But alongside his resolution and monitor settings, you’ll also want Mendo’s Graphics settings. You can find them below, or you can also check out the best Valorant Graphics settings!
And that’s it for Mendo’s Valorant settings. Riot Games gave us all of these options, and we should use them carefully to our advantage. And it seems like Mendo uses them so. But if his settings didn’t help you out, then definitely check out other players’ Valorant settings such as Shroud’s settings!