Best CS2 crosshair codes list used by Counter-Strike 2 pros – PCGamesN

If you want to play like s1mple, ZywOo, and sh1ro, the first thing you need to do is pick out one of the best Counter-Strike 2 crosshair codes.
Christian Vaz
What are the best CS2 crosshairs? Choosing the perfect crosshair to suit your playstyle is no easy task. If you pick a large crosshair, you could end up blocking potential targets from your sightline. Too small and you might not be able to hit your targets from a distance.
The main thing to remember is that you’re going to want to spend some time testing out each type of crosshair. Fortunately, Deathmatch has been revamped in Counter-Strike 2 to give you another batch of targets to gun down. Picking the best crosshair and using the best CS2 binds should help you on your quest to earn the highest CS2 ranks and rating. Here are all the best CS2 crosshair codes in 2023.
Here are the best Counter-Strike 2 crosshair codes used by the pros:

If it wasn’t for the global pandemic which drastically changed CSGO’s esports scene, there’s almost no doubt that ZywOo would’ve been regarded as the best CSGO player of all time. Sadly, his breakthrough occurred just too late, only having one year in the spotlight before all the CSGO events switched to online only. Zywoo currently plays for Team Vitality.
Arguably the greatest CSGO player of all time, s1mple began his career as a diamond in the rough for a few years before finding his team with his current team, Natus Vincere back in 2016. Since then, he’s become one of the most accomplished players in the game’s history, winning well over one million dollars in prize money throughout his career.
As one of the youngest players on this list, sh1ro is only 22, and yet he’s already established himself as one of the world’s best AWPers. Sh1ro currently plays for Cloud9.
Here’s what you need to do to import and export Counter-Strike 2 crosshair codes:
You may have noticed some crosshairs that might look strange in CS2 compared to CSGO. This is down to the lack of crosshair options in CS2, forcing players to build something slightly different from their CSGO crosshair. It’s unclear whether Valve is going to add these crosshair options to the game in the future.

No matter what anyone tells you, there’s no perfect crosshair, it all comes down to player preference. Before you copy any crosshairs, we highly recommend playing around with the in-game settings to see what suits you. Our main bit of advice is to pick a color that won’t blend in with your surroundings. Avoid yellow in particular as you might find it difficult to aim while playing on desert-based maps like Dust 2, Mirage, and Anubis.
Most players tend to stick with the Classic Static crosshair style as it provides the most consistency, but it’s worth checking out the Legacy option. Legacy adjusts the size of your crosshair as you shoot your weapon – this is a great choice for beginners who haven’t had the time to learn how much of an impact recoil can have on your shots.
Try not to create a massive crosshair that takes up a lot of the screen, you need to be able to see all of your targets clearly. There’s an option at the bottom of the menu called ‘T Style’ – enabling this removes the top line of your crosshair to make it easier to target heads. If your crosshair is on the larger side, we recommend enabling this to give you a better view.
The crosshair options also include a setting called ‘follow recoil’. This option automatically moves the crosshair as you’re firing to show you where your shots are going to end up. Be warned that this crosshair option doesn’t take into consideration moving inaccuracy, so if you’re running while shooting, the crosshair won’t represent where your shots are going to land. We recommend trying out this setting just to see how spray patterns work, especially if you haven’t had a chance to learn how each weapon works.
That’s all you need to know about using the best crosshairs in Counter-Strike 2.  CS2 seemingly prefers Nvidia GeForce CPUs, so it’s important to consider optimizing your settings. If you’re new to CS2 or you want a quicker refresher course on the FPS game, check out our CS2 skins guide to get clued up on the market. We also have a list of the CS2 maps to get clued up before you head into competitive play. You can also see how the CS2 Steam reviews are faring so far.
Christian is PCGamesN’s deputy guides editor. In West London, born and raised, on the virtual battlefield is where he spends most of his days. You might see him twirling his Fade Bowie Knife in Counter-Strike 2, racking up win streaks in Street Fighter 6 as JP, and scoring hat-tricks with his unstoppable Arsenal FC team in EA Sports FC 24. He’s been working in the games industry as both a video producer and writer for several years, and has written for Rock Paper Shotgun, Wccftech, The Loadout, Pocket Tactics, and GameWatcher. When he’s not writing guides about the latest games, he’s probably reviewing something hardware-related to improve his computer setup.


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