Asuna is possibly the most well-known Valorant players. This is due to the fact that Asuna has quite an interesting playstyle. His playstyle is often times fast and his movement is spot on. He’s currently in the roster for 100 Thieves, but he has achieved two third-place finishes before, for the Immortals’ Valorant Division team.
Let’s go over his settings, just so you have a baseline to build upon.
Asuna Latest Valorant Settings – 2022
Most of these settings are somewhat personal preference, but you can change some of them, or build from these to improve your gameplay as much as possible.
Let’s start with Asuna’s mouse settings, which are:
- DPI – 1400
- Hz – 1000
- Sensitivity – 0.295
- eDPI – 413
- Scoped Sensitivity M. – 0.9
- Windows Sensitivity – 6
His DPI is higher than most other professional Valorant players, but it’s still somewhat reasonable. As for his key bindings, they’re not that unique as well.
Asuna’s mouse is the Razer Deathadder V2.
Asuna’s Key Bindings
Asuna mostly uses the default key binds. Some of them are changed, but it’s really surprising to see that he hasn’t got any key binds set to mouse buttons.
Here are his key binds:
- Walk – L. Shift
- Crouch – L. CTRL
- Jump – Spacebar / Mouse Wheel Down
- Use Object – F
- Equip Primary – 1
- Equip Secondary – 2
- Equip Melee – 3
- Equip Spike – 4
- First Ability – E
- Second Ability – C
- Third Ability – Q
- Ultimate Ability – X
The keyboard that Asuna uses is a Corsair K-70 RGB keyboard.
Asuna’s Crosshair Settings
He has a simple design for his crosshair:
- Color – White
- Outlines – ON / 1 / 1
- Center Dot – OFF
- Inner Lines – 1 / 2 / 1 / 3
- Outer Lines – 0 / 0 / 0 / 0
- Fade / Movement / Firing Error – OFF / OFF / OFF
Graphics & Video Settings
For graphics settings, as expected, Asuna has everything set to the lowest possible setting or completely OFF. Asuna also has Anti-Aliasing off, despite most competitive players keeping it on.
As for his video settings, he’s rocking a 1920 by 1080 resolution in Fullscreen mode. His FPS are unlocked.