In this article, we’ll drive you through PRX Something’s new and updated VALORANT settings so that you can tweak your settings accordingly and get even better at the game.
Born in 2002, Ilya “something” Petrov is a Russian player who is playing VALORANT as a professional Esports player for Paper Rex. Previously, something played for other teams like Sengoku Gaming, Blue Bees, and Insomnia.
Currently, Something is the only player in Paper Rex who is not from Asia. Moreover, the pro player just made his first international debut in the VALORANT Champions 2023. Yet, despite the first appearance at VALORANT’s biggest LAN event, he is showing no sign of stopping.
PRX Something’s Updated VALORANT Settings
Like any other pro, Something uses specific VALORANT settings to complement his playstyle. These settings definitely do not make him one of the best players in the world, but they surely help him stay consistent. Each video setting in the game, keyboard, mouse settings, and mouse sensitivity are adjusted to match his play style.
Also, keep in mind that pro players like Something often change their VALORANT settings. The changes are always very minimal and remain within a specific range. So, it is always suggested to follow pro players’ VALORANT settings but not mimic them exactly, as they might not fit your gameplay style.
So, without further ado, let’s find out what settings Something uses so you can tweak yours and take your VALORANT mastery to the next level. You should go through each setting and find out what suits you best, then use it exactly or modify it to your liking.
The visual is critical, as it decides what you can or cannot see in the heat of the battle. Something uses a 16:9 resolution with low settings, so he gets maximum fps without losing clarity. Here’s what PRX Something uses as his VALORANT video settings:
|Aspect Ratio Method||Letterbox|
Apart from the video settings, PRX Something uses some specific general settings for visual clarity. Unlike other pros, he uses the default Enemy Highlight Color for enemies.
|Enemy Highlight Color||Red (Default)|
|Fixed Orientation||Based On Side|
|Keep Player Centered||Off|
|Minimap Vision Cones||On|
|Show Map Region Names||Always|
Now that you know Whzy’s video settings, it’s time to see what keybinds he uses for fluid movement and commands.
|Equip Primary Weapon||1|
|Equip Secondary Weapon||2|
|Equip Melee Weapon||3|
|Use/Equip Ability: 1||C|
|Use/Equip Ability: 2||Q|
|Use/Equip Ability: 3||E|
|Use/Equip Ability: Ultimate||X|
PRX Something’s Crosshair Settings
PRX Something uses a white dot crosshair with a black outline. The small crosshair helps Something to focus clearly and hit enemies from any distance.
|Center Dot Opacity||1|
|Center Dot Thickness||2|
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||1|
|Inner Line Length||0|
|Inner Line Thickness||1|
|Inner Line Offset||2|
|Show Outer Lines||Off|
|Movement Error Multiplier||1|
|Firing Error Multiplier||1|
PRX Something’s Mouse Settings
Whzy uses a high mouse sensitivity. Here is the list of current VALORANT mouse sensitivity settings that PRX Something has.
|Mouse Polling Rate||1000Hz|
|Scoped Sensitivity Multiplier||1.18|
|Raw Input Buffer||Off|
Like other pro players and content creators, PRX Something also uses specific gears that let him play at his best. VALORANT is a very competitive game. So, having these gears will definitely give you an edge over others. Here is a list of all the gear that Something uses:
|Mouse||Logitech G Pro X Superlight White|
|Keyboard||HyperX Alloy Origins|
|Headphone||Logitech G Pro X Headset|
|Mousepad||Yuki Aim Oni Black|
So, there you go! These are the new VALORANT settings and gears PRX Something is currently using in 2023. As mentioned earlier, you should always tweak your settings according to your preferences and accessibility. So, try out Something’s new VALORANT settings and adjust them with your own playstyle to get maximum output.