How to get the Rolex crosshair in Valorant to bling up games

By Fariha Bhatti


Sep 16, 2022

Reading time: 2 min

Consistent crosshair styles contribute a lot to accuracy, but it’s nice to have some change every once in a while. Fortunately, Valorant settings afford players tons of freedom with their crosshairs. 

Players prefer a plain plus-shaped crosshair at a higher ELO with slight variations in length, offset, and colors. However, staring at the same old cross every time can become tedious. To solve this problem, players have come up with weird yet viable crosshair styles that may put a smile on teammates’ faces when they’re inspecting. From Among Us crosshairs to a flower, there are plenty of options to pick from. 

The Rolex crosshair is the latest in the long list of absurdly funny crosshairs in Valorant. Players can turn their plain cross into a golden wristwatch to impress their teammates. 

How to get the Rolex crosshair in Valorant? 

Rolex crosshair in Valorant

It’s possible to play with a Rolex crosshair in Valorant, which is hilarious. The classic crosshair is switched with a rectangular shape with a window that looks like a wristwatch at a quick glance. Change the color to gold and it looks like enemies are carrying some bling before getting blown up. Here’s how to get it:

  • Open Valorant and go to in-game settings
  • Head over to the crosshair section and select the down-pointing arrow next to the Crosshair Profile
  • Here you can paste the crosshair code you want to use
  • To get the Rolex crosshair in Valorant, paste this code into the bar: 0;c;1;s;1;P;c;8;u;D4AF37FF;h;0;b;1;m;1;0t;7;0l;2;0v;10;0g;1;0o;2;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0
  • Select Import when you’re done, and the crosshair will be ready to use

Next time the game is loaded up, you’ll get a gold watch with a black dial in the middle. That’s the closest you’ll come to getting a Rolex in Valorant besides just playing as Chamber. However, it’s worth noting that this crosshair isn’t the best for competitive games. The thick vertical bar may block vision while peeking at tight angles. It’s completely safe to use in unranked and other game modes where high RR isn’t at stake. 

What’s the best crosshair color in Valorant? 

If you don’t want to switch colors for each map, there’s one magic code that works for all maps. Just put #00b5ff into the color section of settings to get the shade that pops on all Valorant maps, including Breeze and Pearl.