Two players jumping with sledgehammers in Skyview Stadium in The Finals

The Finals: How to Change Your Crosshair & The Best One to Pick

Players can change their crosshair in The Finals to further customize their experience. Here is how you do that and what settings you should pick.

As a highly competitive PvP shooter, The Finals ensures that it offers players the most comprehensive list of settings to ensure they have the optimal experience. One such customizable setting is the crosshair, which can be changed to match each player’s specific needs. However, some players may not know how to change it, or even what the best settings are. Fortunately, below we’ve explained both.

How to Change Your Crosshair in The Finals

To change your crosshair in The Finals, head into Settings, select the Gameplay tab, and then scroll down until you find the Crosshair section. You can then customize the various aspects of your crosshair, from width to the center dot radius and more. You’ll need to experiment with these settings to find the best crosshair for you. The best way to do this is to head into the Practice Arena, as you’ll be able to switch in and out of the settings menu to see how each setting affects your crosshair. However, you do not need to go to the Practice Arena to change your crosshair.

Of course, if you don’t understand how each setting affects your crosshair or simply want to know what the best crosshair is in The Finals, then we’ve listed that below.

The crosshair settings in The Finals
In-game screenshot

The Best Crosshair Settings in The Finals

To have the best crosshair in The Finals, you should change the settings to the following:

Outline Width0
Red Outline0
Green Outline0
Blue Outline0
Center DotOn
Center Dot Radius1

Of course, it is highly encouraged that you experiment further with these settings if it doesn’t look absolutely right at first. That’s everything you need to know about changing the crosshair in The Finals. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Games Hub.

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