Brollan’s CS:GO crosshair and video settings
One of the youngest players to play for a professional team, here are Brollan’s settings in CS:GO.
Brollan was one of the youngest players to play for a professional team, having signed with Godsent when he was just 15 years old. After over six months with Godsent, and a few months with Red Reserve, Brollan signed with Fnatic in October 2018. He spent four years with Fnatic before moving to NiP. The Swedish player remains a core component of the NiP roster and there is little doubt that he will be one of the most influential CS:GO players of all time. Here are Brollan’s CS:GO crosshair and video settings.
Brollan’s CS:GO crosshair
Brollan’s crosshair has a thickness of zero and is without a central dot. While some players use the dot to help them focus their crosshair, most players prefer to do without. He also has no drawoutline, ensuring a very minimal crosshair experience.
What are Brollan’s video settings in CS:GO?
The video settings depend on your hardware and your personal preferences to an extent. But mostly the type of hardware you possess plays an important role in determining the video settings that optimize your gameplay. Here are Brollan’s video settings.
The bob settings determine the amount of movement, mostly vertical when a player is running across the map.
The viewmodel settings determine the size of the in-game character. For most pros, the viewmodel settings help them gain an additional second of reaction time just because they can spot their enemy slightly earlier. This ensures they can get their shots off first and quite often, at the highest level, this means they win the duel. Here are Spinx’s viewmodel settings in CS:GO.
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