How to make the exclamation point crosshair in VALORANT
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VALORANT crosshairs are becoming more and more novel as the player base discovers more creative ways to use the options available to them and one of the more recent creations to come from the community, specifically from jaxsonval on TikTok, is the exclamation point crosshair.

The new novelty crosshair uses thick inner lines and long outer lines to create the look of an exclamation point in a cube crosshair. The smiley face crosshair uses a similar technique to create the broken smile look. To correctly make this crosshair, players will need to turn off firing error, movement error and get rid of the center dot.

Exclamation point crosshair settings

A zoomed in perspective of the exclamation point crosshair. | Provided by Riot Games
A zoomed-in perspective of the exclamation point crosshair. | Provided by Riot Games
  • Outer Lines: On
  • Outer Line Opacity: 1
  • Outer Line Thickness: 3
  • Center Dot: Off
  • Inner Lines: On
  • Inner Line Opacity: 1
  • Inner Line Length: 1
  • Inner Line Thickness: 6
  • Inner Line Offset: 3
  • Movement Error: Off
  • Firing Error: Off

Without the error settings turned off, the crosshair will look more like a transitional crosshair with very thick inner lines. This is not a precise crosshair that players looking to improve their aim should use, but it is not completely useless. Much like a cube crosshair, it still provides a reticle for players to aim with and is decent to use when spraying with guns like sub-machine guns and machine guns like the Odin. If players are looking for a crosshair that is useful for one-taps with the Vandal, they may want to look elsewhere.

Ultimately, this is a fun crosshair that players can add to their crosshair profiles to use in fun modes like Replication or Spike Rush. Much like other novelty crosshairs, the best time for players to pull this out is when they need a good laugh or want to show off their reticle customization skills to their friends.

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