Today we are talking about Valorant pro settings to help you gain a competitive edge over your opponents. Gameplay settings are a very important part of the game. Without the correct settings, you will have an unstable frame rate, the game will feel cumbersome, and there will be a lot of unnecessary configurations.
So, let’s find out how to increase FPS, learn a few game tricks, and shoot like a pro. These are some of our recommendations for the best Valorant pro settings:
Video Settings for Valorant
Graphics greatly affect the FPS (frame rate), usability of the game, and, in general, the visual clarity. All pro players usually select the lowest graphics settings to get the best performance out of their PCs. But not everyone should do this. Higher quality detail and texture settings are very important for those players who use abilities such as smokes, spycams, flashes, etc. You can go with the «maximum» option for most of these graphics settings if you plan to use the above-mentioned abilities. The bloom setting is only needed if you have weapon skins as it enhances some parts of the skins. It doesn’t have to be turned on, but it can be visually pleasing.
Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering
These settings smooth out gaps in the graphics and allow you to see your opponents more clearly. There are two options here:
- If you have a weak computer, set it as None and 1x.
- But if your PC is quite powerful, you can use FXAA and 4x MSAA.
Although, if you have a 144Hz + monitor, you can easily adjust these settings.
🖥 Monitor settings for Valorant
If you have a monitor with a high Hz (Hertz) refresh rate, you will need to configure it first. For those who don’t know how to do this, I’ll explain. The higher the Hz, the more frames your monitor can display per second. And the smoother and less blurry your picture is, the greater your advantage in the game.
Let’s see how this is done in Windows:
Go to Settings, then the System tab, and under the Display tab options, click on the Advanced Display Settings.
This setting will really take your gameplay to a higher level.
🖱 Mouse Settings for Valorant
Let’s put it this way: the correct mouse sensitivity setting is the key to successful shooting.
First, you have to disable mouse acceleration. This setting artificially accelerates the rate at which your pointer moves and will not give you a feeling of control over your mouse. To disable it in Windows, you need to go to Settings, then the Devices tab, Mouse tab, and Additional Mouse Settings. In the dialog box, select the Pointer Options tab, and uncheck the Enable Enhanced Pointer Positioning option.
Now, go to the game where you will need to set the in-game sensitivity. To select the right sensitivity, you need to understand the following: a low sensitivity is good for controlling guns’ spray, high sensitivity for quick aiming, and for a sniper rifle you need to choose something in between. Our advice is to head over to the shooting range and to keep adjusting your sensitivity until the agent’s hands feel like yours.
➕ Crosshair Settings for Valorant
Good Valorant crosshair settings can help you target your enemies more accurately and better control the guns’ spray.
We’re only recommending a few crosshair settings because everyone has different preferences.
Crosshair for spray control
✅ Valorant pro settings: crosshair
Here’s a look at some of the settings the pros are currently using. These settings will obviously change as the game matures and evolves.
Desktop Color Settings
Color settings are relevant for gaming in general. Turning up your screen’s brightness and vibrancy will make it easier to spot enemies.
Here, as with crosshairs, individual tastes may vary. Go to your video chip’s settings, then to the color rendition settings, and customize everything for yourself.
Also, to make it easier to spot enemies, add a yellow outline to the models.
After reading this article, you now know how to properly configure the game and all your devices to play like a pro. Set up the game, play a few matches, read our guides, and leave us your comments.
See you soon, Agents!