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Best Overwatch 2 crosshair settings: How to change crosshair

Here’s everything you need to know about how to change your crosshair in Overwatch 2, including the best crosshair settings in the game.



best Overwatch 2 crosshair settings

Players are able to adjust their crosshair after hopping into Overwatch 2, and we’ll go over the best crosshair settings that you can use to improve your accuracy in battles.

Overwatch 2 finally arrived on October 4, and players can explore all the fun content that the sequel has brought at launch, including the brand-new heroes KirikoJunker Queen, as well as Sojourn.

When you jump into the game, you’ll need to make sure you have the best possible settings enabled, especially when it comes to your reticle. We’ll go over the best crosshair settings that you can use.

How to change your crosshair settings in Overwatch 2

You can change the size of your reticle by visiting the controls page of the Overwatch 2 settings. Making this adjustment will allow you to aim with greater accuracy when you’re in battle.

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Launch Overwatch 2
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Open the Controls tab
  4. Select Reticle to start changing your crosshair settings

Once you enter these settings, you’ll get to adjust your reticle’s shape, color, opacity, length, width, and even thickness. You even have the option to give specific heroes different crosshairs in the hero function tab.

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Best Overwatch 2 crosshair settings

Now that you know how to adjust your crosshair settings, it’s time to pick the ones that will give you the biggest advantage in combat. We’ve put together the best adjustments that will allow you to aim with greater ease.

Here are the best Overwatch 2 crosshair settings:

  • Type: Crosshairs
  • Show Accuracy: On
  • Colour: White
  • Thickness: 1
  • Crosshair Length: 10
  • Center Gap: 25%
  • Opacity: 100%
  • Outline Opacity: 90%
  • Dot Size: 4
  • Dot Opacity: 100%
  • Scale With Resolution: On

Of course, you should also try adjusting these so that you can get the crosshair settings that you’re most comfortable with. The best ones are the ones that suit your particular playstyle, so be sure to experiment a bit.

For more Overwatch 2, check out the best settings on PC and our article on the heroes that were temporarily removed due to bugs.

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