Victor Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings

Here we'll check out Victor mouse, crosshair, map, bindings, video settings Valorant!
Victor Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings




If you can never get your Valorant settings right, you're not the only one. From the Valorant graphics settings to the crosshair's inner lines and outer lines, they're hard to set up. But trying out your favorite Valorant Pro settings may help you find your preference.

One Valorant pro player settings that may suit you are Victor's. He's a strong player having won VCT Reykjavik 2022 with OpTic.

Victor Mouse Settings

Victor uses a Logitech G703 Lightspeed mouse that goes for around $90. It's a really good mouse when it comes to fast Valorant gameplay when combined with Victor's preference for low eDPI. So here are the Victor Valorant settings for his mouse:

DPI

800

eDPI

226.4

Sensitivity

0.283

Scoped Sensitivity

1

Raw Input Buffer

On

Windows Sensitivity

6

One thing you should keep an eye on is the DPI. If you have an 800 DPI mouse, then everything's perfect. But if not, then definitely see if you can change your mouse's DPI through an application. While you're setting up the DPI, you should also check out the best Valorant mouse settings!

Victor Crosshair Settings

Next up we have Victor's Valorant crosshair settings. He uses a simple white crosshair which is only made of inner lines with no outer lines. You can find the Valorant Victor crosshair import code below. You can also see how to import and export crosshair codes here.

0;P;h;0;0l;4;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Some players prefer to change up the crosshair options such as adding the best crosshair color alongside the inner lines by setting new inner line length, inner line opacity, or inner line thickness. Maybe even add outer lines alongside some chubby outer line thickness, outer line opacity, and firing error. Because of all these preferences, below are the full Victor Valorant settings behind his crosshair:

Valorant Victor Crosshair Settings

Color

White

Outlines

OFF

Outline Opacity

0

Center Dot

OFF

Show Inner Lines

ON

Inner Line Opacity

1

Inner Line Length

4

Inner Line Thickness

2

Inner Line Offset

3

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

Show Outer Lines

OFF

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

When it comes to all these options, you'll generally want to stay away from the firing error setting. Adding outer lines could benefit you, but don't increase the outer line opacity, outer line thickness, line length, and line offset by much as it'll ruin the integrity of the crosshair. However, you could increase the inner line offset by 1 or 2 if you play more close angles in-game. If this seems complicated, then definitely check out the best Valorant crosshairs!

Victor Keybind Settings

Victor uses a Razer BlackWidow V3 Tenkeyless keyboard that goes for around $100. Having a good keyboard to suit your key binds is integral to using your agent's abilities. Victor also has made some subtle changes to the standard Valorant key binds. So below are the Victor Valorant settings for his key bindings:

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

E

Use / Equip Ability: 2

Q

Use / Equip Ability: 3

C

Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate Ability

X

The most important aspect of Victor's key binds to know is within his abilities. Victor has changed the 1st and 3rd abilities' key bindings when compared to the usual key bindings Valorant sets. Aside from that, you'll be equipping your Vandal as always if you get Victor's Valorant key binds!

Victor Map Settings

Victor's minimap is a bit big, but you must settle for a bigger map if you want to efficiently follow the progress of a Valorant match. Setting up the Valorant settings behind the minimap can be confusing at times. That's why you can find and get the in-game settings for Victor's Valorant map underneath.

Rotate

Rotate

Fixed Orientation

Based On Side

Keep Player Centered

OFF

Minimap Size

1.1

Minimap Zoom

0.9

Minimap Vision Cones

ON

Show Map Region Names

Always

You can provide good communication of information about the enemy team through callouts if you use the "Show Map Region Names" option. If you want more variability to choose a minimap to your liking, then definitely check out the best Valorant map settings!

Victor Video Settings

Lastly, we'll check out Victor's Valorant Video settings. He uses a BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 monitor that goes for around $400. Albeit the monitor's expensive, you can still try out the Video settings that Victor uses for Valorant, as your monitor probably supports the resolution he uses. So first let's see Victor's Valorant General Video settings:

Display

Fullscreen

Resolution

1920x1080

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Aspect Ratio Method

Fill

Frame Rate Limit

Unlocked

Now comes Victor's Graphics Quality settings for Valorant. He fancies some options that may take a toll on low-end PCs. If your PC's bad, then go with the lowest possible options to Valorant's Graphics settings and see how to increase Valorant's FPS. Though if you think your PC can support higher settings, then you can find Victor's Valorant Graphics Quality settings below.

Valorant Victor Video Graphics Quality Settings

Multithreaded Rendering

ON

Material Quality

Low

Texture Quality

Low

Detail Quality

Low

UI Quality

Medium

Vignette

OFF

VSync

OFF

Anti-Aliasing

MSAA 2x

Anisotropic Filtering

2x

Improve Clarity

ON

Experimental Sharpening

Unknown

Bloom

OFF

Distortion

OFF

Cast Shadows

ON

And that's it for the pro Valorant settings for Victor. He's a bit specific to his liking, but that's exactly what makes him the best of the best. If you are interested in more Valorant pro players' settings, then definitely see Shroud's Valorant settings!



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