The Best CS2 Crosshair Codes: Top 7 Pro Crosshairs in Counter-Strike 2

Image of the mid from window on Mirage map in CS2.

Getting the right crosshair in CS2 can be daunting but ultimately one of the most important steps towards improvement. That’s why many players look to learn from the pros and copy their settings. The default crosshair in Counter-Strike 2 will serve you well when you’re starting out. But after a while, you’ll likely want to look for a way to improve it to match your playstyle. For instance, some players prefer smaller crosshairs, others like dots, while some enjoy having larger ones. It’s all a matter of taste, but also serves an important function in the game. Namely, clicking heads all over the map. Most CS2 pro players have their own preferred crosshairs and many players use their examples to emulate their styles. With that in mind, let’s look at the best pro crosshairs for CS2.

7 Best Pro Crosshairs in CS2

With Counter-Strike 2 continuing from where CS:GO left off, many pros have carried over their crosshairs into the new era. If you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best, or so the saying goes. So let’s check out which crosshairs the best players in CS2 use.

S1mple crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-UwUWf-AScRw-fmW79-woFNe-wLsuL

Image of the pro player s1mple's crosshair in CS2.
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Arguably the best Counter-Strike player in the world, NaVi AWPer s1mple uses a tiny crossed aim with a middle dot and side flairs when rifling. Obviously, it takes confidence and practice to aim with such a small crosshair, but s1mple makes it look easy.

ZywOo crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-Qzpx5-BRLw8-xFPCS-hTns4-GHDhP

Image of the pro player ZywOo's crosshair in CS2.
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ZywOo, Vitality’s French superstar AWPer uses a tiny green crosshair as well. He opts to play without the middle dot or any flairs, instead using a very simple and small crosshair to nail his shots.

NiKo crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-UwUWf-AScRw-fmW79-woFNe-wLsuL

Image of the pro player NiKo's crosshair in CS2.
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Over the years considered to be the best rifler in the game, G2 superstar NiKo also uses a tiny crosshair. His crosshair uses a small variation to the standard cross pattern, with a wider middle dot.

Dev1ce crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-jvnbx-S3xFK-iEJXD-Y27Nd-AO6FP

Image of the pro player dev1ce's crosshair in CS2.
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One of the most venerated players in CS history, dev1ce of Astralis fame uses a medium-sized yellow crosshair. While the colour choice may seem odd, we can’t argue with his results. There is no middle dot and the cross-lines are thicker, making this an excellent crosshair for beginners as well.

Twistzz crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-9axTZ-n8pEc-uCqW3-SWTK7-3WOAK

Image of the pro player Twistzz's crosshair in CS2.
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Considered to be one of the best NA players to touch the game, Twistszz from FaZe Clan uses a tight blue crosshair with no middle dot. It’s not too big and not too small, making it another great entry choice for newbies.

EliGE crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-BFTzN-avOyU-djZEM-FmwKd-v5TCP

Image of the pro player EliGE's crosshair in CS2.
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Continuing with another famous NA player, EliGE from Complexity is known for his dependability and amazing rifle control. He uses a mid-sized white crosshair, with a wide gap between the cross-lines. 

mONESY crosshair

Crosshair code: CSGO-hzrMn-jXu8b-R7VH4-hQ9aa-OnMHA

Image of the pro player mONESY's crosshair in CS2.
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The budding superstar AWPer from G2, mONESY has exploded on the CS scene as a player to look out for. When he’s not AWPing, he uses a cyan dotless crosshair with thicker cross-lines.

Other CS2 Pro Crosshairs to Try

While the above picks represent the best of the best, there are still plenty of amazing pro Counter-Strike players to be inspired by. Below, we’ve collected more pro crosshairs that you can try. Feel free to experiment until you find the right fit.

  • Aleksib (NaVi): CSGO-Jp4hk-AfzML-FcpUT-2pfxZ-kSLoD
  • apEX (Vitality): CSGO-idk3k-MD5qw-6b9rH-tr7u7-KPh8E
  • arT (FURIA): CSGO-KYFYs-tNLXD-WXmzG-raZEx-8Er7C
  • Ax1Le (Cloud 9): CSGO-nZtuj-eHzcb-8fyLe-Cxbwc-NHpEM
  • b1t (NaVi): CSGO-9OysP-sFw9b-dHiXx-VXUA2-hif4D
  • blameF (Astralis): CSGO-LdXHk-hatWX-JjEa8-tuLDN-5tbJD
  • broky (FaZe Clan): CSGO-2uABj-Rr3dC-yhVt3-bXe8v-tDu8O
  • cadiaN (Heroic): CSGO-OsK33-i3cCK-C3HFj-8NFp3-HpCxH
  • electroNic (NaVi): CSGO-RF8AU-LQcx8-erXvR-V45TS-Rx6KQ
  • FalleN (Furia): CSGO-TpORA-p9Ley-TLQ3P-HzXJY-U9z6A
  • FlameZ (Vitality): CSGO-VxTDO-uUGK3-wsSfC-kO6Yz-iyXsO
  • headtr1ck (Ninjas in Pyjamas): CSGO-CmPqs-mhQJt-YmNOa-XhqMq-HvDmQ
  • HObbit (Cloud 9): CSGO-tNKL3-nvYRR-MyrEa-Ds9kN-bkWjM
  • huNter (G2): CSGO-fefXh-O6xYZ-FdCHQ-OP9Kq-qKwLA
  • jabbi (Heroic): CSGO-4PQMC-kA9Ho-muNQv-9u2BJ-tLXoN
  • jame ( CSGO-kQLy3-knZHs-y5tkt-wF7Ca-c8ksF
  • k0nfig (Ninjas in Pyjamas): CSGO-jPHWX-2Rv8b-oAAaP-eRHBs-pevvE
  • karrigan (FaZe): CSGO-CP44i-z2D7K-dpJhE-TvPaj-MaMbM
  • Magisk (Vitality): CSGO-Ch7e4-W6rmt-rj9Tw-2HmUn-RfK5O
  • NAF (Team Liquid): CSGO-EETNw-LVXuB-spcMc-LmGSt-R5c7L
  • Patsi (Liquid): CSGO-ty4wQ-Va3B2-rMK8r-ROvoR-yopJN
  • rain (FaZe): CSGO-mbppN-WGdqq-XeBH8-bmdyV-fxwPB
  • ropz (FaZe Clan): CSGO-HhqGJ-sDkmR-W9oNx-DvQOF-xpuCQ
  • sh1ro (Cloud 9): CSGO-oit62-q2AsV-L2SHE-3hoEJ-cMwLA
  • Spinx (Vitality): CSGO-HsTKJ-UzdPk-qvWjm-Y2FDE-eJH8D
  • stavn (Heroic): CSGO-mw7Mq-5QZfQ-Bj8m7-LHMTr-cVGOP
  • tabseN (BIG): CSGO-xjXqo-C9vj8-kzmGn-UKdLu-HRsuL
  • YEKINDAR (Team Liquid): CSGO-7ANjy-XxRae-25YoE-7Bfnp-QQSFE

How to Use Pro Crosshairs Codes in CS2?

Importing others’ crosshairs in CS2 is fairly simple. Make sure you have the crosshair codes at hand to copy and follow these steps:

  1. Start CS2 and go to the Settings menu by clicking on the cog icon in the upper left corner of the screen.
  2. Select the Game tab, then the Crosshair tab that appears below it.
  3. Click on the Share or Import button that’s embedded in the preview image of the menu.
  4. This brings the window with a text box. Copy and paste the code into the box and press Import.
Image showing how to import crosshairs in CS2.
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With these steps, you’ve imported a CS2 pro’s crosshair into your game to try out. If you want to try a different one, simply follow the same steps. Now it’s time to start clicking heads.

For more CS2 guides on N4G Unlocked, check out How to Enable Quick Switch in CS2, How To Play With Friends In Counter-Strike 2, and CS2 Prime Status: What is it and is it Worth it.


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