In August, With Patch 5.04, VALORANT introduced a slew of new updates to the game’s crosshair customization system.
In August, With Patch 5.04, VALORANT introduced a slew of new updates to the game’s crosshair customization system. After the patch was released, players can customize their crosshairs’ colors, and shapes, and get them in different designs.
These customization options for crosshair became unlimited when the game introduced the ability to change horizontal and vertical lenses on the crosshair. This modification in the game has allowed VALORANT players to design crosshairs featuring more complex looks compared to the conventional four-lined crosshair.
One such trendy custom crosshair that players have been using in the game is the “nerd glasses” crosshair, which uses a series of lines and shades of colors to make a crosshair that appears like a pair of glasses. Having a pair of glasses in the middle of the screen could lead to some hilarious instances when players come against each other.
The nerd glasses crosshair caught everyone’s attention when a tweet by a VALORANT content creator went viral in August. They also linked the crosshair ode used for the crosshair in the tweet.
The crosshair code is:
Players who prefer creating their own crosshairs manually and changing their specific details can check out the accurate parameters for the nerd glasses crosshair here.
The nerd glasses crosshair can be placed over agents at point-blank range to make it appear as if the player standing in front of them is wearing the glasses. Currently, only two agents on the VALORANT roster sport glasses: Chamber and Killjoy.
While the nerd glasses crosshair isn’t very practical and probably of no use in the competitive games, the games offer even worse ways to land headshots than just lining up a pair of glasses with another agent’s face. We will keep our readers updated with such guides, so make sure to stay tuned.