PROD Valorant Settings | Latest Settings 2022

December 21, 2021
There is always interest about highly-skilled players’ settings in Valorant and PROD is no different.

While there has been a lot of interest for PROD’s settings, some players aren’t too quick to jump at the opportunity to see PROD’s settings. Some streamers and pros have shown their Valorant settings a bunch of times, but PROD hasn’t. The only instance of it was when PROD showed his in-game video/graphics settings which we’ll also go through.

For reference, pROD is a Valorant player and a streamer. He streams on Twitch and does little montages of plays on his YouTube channel.

Latest PROD Valorant Settings – 2022

Most players mainly want to know PROD’s mouse sensitivity, DPI, and ADS. PROD’s settings for that are:

  • Sensitivity: 0.5
  • DPI: 800
  • ADS: 1.3

The hotkeys are easily visible on his streams or his videos. He uses “C” for his first ability, “Mouse Button 5” for second ability, “E” for third ability, and “X” for his ultimate.

PROD’s Graphics Settings

PROD mentioned on stream that he likes to keep everything on low. This has competitive advantage especially for games like Valorant, which are usually FPS-dependent. Meaning, the higher your FPS, the better competitive edge you’ll have over other players.

The graphics quality settings are:

  • Multithreaded Rendering – On
  • Material, Texture, Detail, UI Quality – Low
  • Vignette – Off
  • VSync – Off
  • Anti-Aliasing – None (although I recommend at least putting it to the lowest setting instead of none, this helps with vision)
  • Anisotropic Filtering – 1x
  • Improve Clarity – Off
  • Bloom – Off
  • Distortion & Cast Shadows – Off

Nothing really special to note here, except the anti-aliasing thing. I really recommend going with at least some low anti-aliasing, because without it, some object or even players may get distorted or appear that way.

Another thing to mention is that PROD uses a 4:3 aspect ratio. For those that may know, there’s a theory that a stretched out 4:3 ratio helps with aim because the player will be much wider than normal. However, this may not be for you, it’s a very specific aspect ratio and not a lot of players like it.

As for the peripherals and other settings, there’s little info as to what PROD uses nowadays.

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