Hiko Valorant Settings: Setup, Controls, Crosshair [2023]

A detailed guide about Hiko's Valorant settings (Keybinds, Mouse settings, Sensitivity, and Video settings) along with this gaming setup.

The famous pro-CS: GO player Hiko is now professionally playing Valorant as a part of team 100 Thieves. As with all other competitive games, many players prefer to follow professionals for in-game settings, even in Valorant. So, for those who want to follow Hiko, here is a guide for Hiko’s Valorant Settings.

Key Highlights
  • Hiko is another professional CS: GO player who is now professionally playing Valiant.
  • Hiko Key Bindings
    • Walk Left Shift
    • Crouch Left Control
    • Jump Mouse Wheel Down
    • Use Object F
    • Ultimate X
    • Hiko Crosshair Setting
  • Crosshair Color Green
    • Outlines ON
    • Outline Opacity 1
    • Outline Thickness 1
    • Center Dot OFF
  • Hiko Mouse Settings
    • DPI (Dot Per Inch) 1600
    • Sensitivity 0.360
    • Scope Sensitivity Multiplier 1
    • Polling Rate 1000 Hz
  • Video Settings
    • Multithread Rendering ON
    • Resolution 1680×1050
    • Aspect ratio 16:10
    • Display Mode Full Screen
    • Material Quality Medium
  • Along with these this guide also contains the equipment that Hiko uses.

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Hiko Valorant Settings

Hiko playing in a tournament
Hiko’s latest game settings for Valorant.

The growing popularity of Valorant in the competitive gaming scene has introduced us to a lot of new professional players such as Hiko, Wardell, and many more. Apart from new players, many CS: GO veterans have now started to shift from CS: GO to Valorant, and Hiko is one of them. His playstyle involves lurking and solo site play. Which often leaves him in insane clutch situations like 1v5. Known for his machine-like reflexes, Hiko is one of the best CS: GO/ Valorant players out there.

Now for the players that aspire to play like Hiko, here is a detailed guide on his settings in Valorant. We hope this helps you out. We also have covered keybinding, video, crosshair, and mouse settings that Shroud and ScreaM use while playing casual and competitive modes in Valorant. Besides copying the settings of professional players, you must also have the best Valorant settings while playing the game on PC.

Hiko Basic Key Bindings

Hiko’s key bindings include basic movements like walking, crouching and using abilities. Together these are the foundations of a player‘s personalized settings that define their unique play style. Hiko’s basic key bindings are given in the table below. Take a note of the differences between your settings and his setup and See if you can make any improvements to your setup.

Name Of SettingHiko Key Binding
WalkLeft Shift
CrouchLeft Control
JumpMouse Wheel Down
Use ObjectF
Use\Equip Ability 1C
Use\Equip Ability 2Q
Use\Equip Ability 3E
Equip Primary Weapon1
Equip Secondary Weapon2
Equip Melee Weapon3
Equip Spike4

Hiko Crosshair Setting

The style of your crosshair is critical when it comes to first-person shooter games. Nothing is more important and personalized than a crosshair in a player’s settings. Also, check Subroza Valorant Settings: Crosshair, Controls, Display for a decent comparison.

The type of crosshair that works for you may entirely depend on your playstyle and instincts. You may prefer a circle crosshair or a dot crosshair. However, if your playing styles match, there is a big chance that your crosshair choice is also similar. Hiko’s crosshair perfectly complements his play style. Now that Valorant allows you to save ten crosshair settings simultaneously, this means you can experiment with different crosshairs as much as you want. Besides having the best crosshair in the game, you must also master the best Valorant tips to win more matches. Here are Hiko’s crosshair settings for you to try out and see if it feels comfortable.

Name Of Setting Hiko Crosshair Setting
Crosshair ColorGreen
Outline Opacity1
Outline Thickness1
Center DotOFF
Center Dot Thickness
Center Dot Opacity
Show Inner LinesON
Inner line Opacity1
Inner line Length3
Inner line Thickness2
Inner line Offset5
Show Outer LinesOFF
Outer line Opacity/ Length/ Thickness/ Offset( -, -, -, -)
Movement ErrorOFF
Fixing ErrorOFF
Firing ErrorOFF

Remember that these settings are according to Hiko’s latest crosshair, as seen in his streams. You may notice no setting mentioned in the Center dot and outer lines section in the above table. These are off because Hiko’s Current crosshair is simple and does not have any center dot or outer lines.

Since you have set both Center dot and Outer lines to OFF, their values will not affect the shape of your crosshair. We recommend you try out the above settings first, then mess around a little to see if any other changes feel more comfortable. However, if you want to know more about your crosshair options in Valorant, you might want to read the best Valorant Crosshair Settings.

Hiko Mouse Settings

Of course, a discussion on Hiko’s Valorant Settings would be incomplete if we didn’t mention his mouse settings. Especially in the context of First-Person Shooter games, your mouse is the single most important part of your equipment. The sensitivity of your mouse primarily depends on your muscle movement. So, changing your mouse setting may improve or worsen your performance in games.

The critical part is making small changes and seeing what feels the most comfortable. Professional players like Brax and Sick also use custom mouse settings while playing the game. Anyways here are Hiko’s Mouse Settings in Valorant.

Name Of SettingHiko Mouse Setting
DPI (Dot Per Inch)1600
Scope Sensitivity Multiplier1
Polling Rate1000 Hz
Windows Sensitivity6
EDPI (Effective Dots Per Inch)576

EDPI is a constant value calculated by multiplying your Mouse DPI with your in-game sensitivity. EDPI is helpful because you can now have the same sensitivity even if your mouse DIP does not match Hiko.

Video Settings

Opposite to what many people believe, many professional players do not play on high graphics settings just because they have better gear. Many players like to keep their settings low to boost their FPS (Frames Per Second). For reference, here are Hiko’s video settings. Try them out for yourself and see if it helps you in your games. Check if the added FPS creates a difference in your performance or not.

Name of SettingHiko Video Setting
Multithread RenderingON
Aspect ratio16:10
Display ModeFull Screen
Material QualityMedium
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
UI QualityLow
Anisotropic Filtering1X
Improve ClarityOff
FPP ShadowsOff

Now that concludes the details on Hiko Valorant Settings. However, the discussion is far from over. We shall now go through Hiko’s Gaming setup and gear. Here are the details for the players out there looking to make similar builds and those who want to compare their setups. 

Hiko Gaming Setup and Gear

Hiko during a tournament
Hiko’s gaming setup.

As everyone already knows, you can’t just use any hardware to play games if you want to play professionally. Most professional gamers use special or dedicated equipment to ace their performance in tournaments. For sure such equipment does not come in cheap. Especially when we talk about a well-known player like Hiko, his setup is not easy on the pocket.

Keyboard: XTRFY K4 TKL RGB

Nothing says gamer like an RGB mechanical keyboard. That is why Hiko uses the XTRFY K4. Which is a compact mechanical keyboard, and from a gaming perspective, its keys feel great, and the RGB is a bonus. So if you’re into good and compact gaming keyboards with RGB, then you should check this one out.

Monitor: Alienware AW2521H

A monitor is an important part of any gaming rig. Apart from being the main source of aesthetics in your build, you must also ensure that it provides you with the necessary resolution and framerate. Hiko uses an Alienware AW2521H. It has a 24.5-inch FHD screen with a fantastic 360Hz refresh rate.

Headset: JBL Quantum One

The choice of your headset is critical when it comes to competitive games like Valorant. Especially for competitive games like for players like Hiko that must pull off insane clutches in their matches.

Due to this, Hiko uses the JBL Quantum One that is not only advertised for gaming but they are also super comfortable, so you can comfortably enjoy your long gaming sessions. On top of that, these headphones come with a detachable boom microphone which is a big plus point if you use a separate mic and don’t want the default mic to get in your way

Mouse: Finalmouse Starlight-12

We think it might be impossible to end a guide on someone’s setup without mentioning their mouse. It is arguably one of the most crucial components in a gamer’s setup in their mouse. However, the perfect mouse might differ for different people since it depends heavily on your play style, hand preferences, and hand size.

So, we would advise you to get a mouse that feels more comfortable to you. However, since this is a guide on Hiko’s setup, it is important to mention his mouse preferences. Hiko uses the Finalmouse Starlight-12, an excellent wireless mouse with great and crispy side buttons. Its most important redeeming quality is its weight which is around 47 grams for the medium variant.

So, this is an excellent choice for players who prefer lightweight mice. Currently, they are all sold out on Finalmouse’s official website, so you might have to check different websites like Amazon for availability. Depending on the style and size, the price may vary, but you might be able to get it for around $190.

That concludes our guide for Hiko’s Valorant Settings: Setup and Gear. Please let us know about any changes you will be making in your setup after reading this.

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Rachel Cooper

Rachel is an English lit major from Canada. She enjoys medieval fantasy novels, cats, power metal, and of course, video games. When it comes to video games, she prefers to play RPGs with great stories and characters. Her favorite games are Tales of Symphonia, Persona 5, and Darkest Dungeon.

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