SoaR Flights is arguably one of the best Valorant players to ever do it. While he has been on and off of the competitive scene, there is a huge interest for the settings he uses, as he’s been called the “fastest” Valorant player ever. At the moment, he’s signed with T1 as a content creator. SoaR Flights is a Raze main, and utilizes the hero’s abilities to move really speedy through the maps.
Flight’s Valorant Settings
There are a couple of things to go through. We’ll go through some key binds, mouse sensitivity, the peripherals that Flight uses and a couple of more topics of interest.
NOTE: Some things Flight changes frequently, but all in all, these settings are the ones which he usually uses.
For his mouse, he uses a Logitech G Pro Wireless, at 800 DPI, 0.25 sensitivity, and 1000hz. The eDPI is 200, Windows sensitivity at 1, and scoped sensitivity – 6. Overall, we see these mouse settings overlapping some other eSports players.
Now, we’ll not cover all of his key binds, but the most important ones, and those which are used more often, which are: the walk, jump, and ultimate ability key binds.
Walking for Flights is set to L-Shift, jump to spacebar, and X for ultimate ability, which are mostly the default ones.
The crosshair Flights uses is red, but I think that you should choose whichever colors works for you best, as this mostly comes down to personal preference. But it is true that the red crosshair is easiest to see.
Outlines are: off / 0 / 1. Furthermore, Flights doesn’t use a center dot for his crosshair. Inner lines are: 1 / 7 / 2 / 3. Outer lines are: 0 / 2 / 2 / 13. Lastly, movement and firing error are: off / off / off.
Graphics quality can also make a dramatic difference, but depends on the system you’re playing on if I’m honest. Flights’ graphics settings are:
- Material Quality – Low
- Texture Quality – Low
- Detail Quality – Low
- UI Quality – Low
- Vignette – Off
- V-Sync – Off
- Anti-Aliasing – None
- Anisotropic Filtering – 1x
- Bloom – On
- Distortion – On
- First-Person Shadows – On
For his mouse, we mentioned earlier that Flights uses a Logitech G Pro Wireless, and the same goes for his keyboard which is a Logitech Pro Mechanical Keyboard.
The monitor is a Benq XL2546, but most of these peripherals are outdated. Flights might have switch to other ones nowadays.
Flights remains to be one of the most influential Valorant players, and is easy to see why. He’s repeatedly shown game mastery and excellence both in the competitive and in the creator scene.