Enemy color changes are available in the VALORANT settings for those who are colorblind or just want them to stand out better to their eye.
VALORANT has a large number of settings you can adjust to personalize how you play the game. You can adjust your sensitivity settings, customize crosshairs, and even change the color of the enemy players' outline in VALORANT.
There are a few positives when it comes to taking advantage of the latter, such as enemies standing out better with certain in-game backgrounds. If you want to know how to change the enemy color in VALORANT, you can easily do so in the first-person shooting's settings. We'll give you a detailed breakdown to make it even easier.
How to change the enemy outline color in VALORANT?
Here are the steps to follow to change the enemy outline color in VALORANT:
- Open VALORANT
- Click the Gear icon in the top right corner
- Select Settings from the menu
- Remain in the General settings
- Locate the Accessibility section and the Enemy Highlight Color option
- Click on the option to open a dropdown menu and select one of the four enemy color choices
That's all it takes for you to change the outline color of your enemies in VALORANT.
Available enemy color choices
The four available enemy highlight colors are:
- Red (Default)
- Purple (Tritanopia)
- Yellow (Deuteranopia)
- Yellow (Protanopia)
Those who first start playing VALORANT without adjusting their settings will see enemies with a red outline. If you opt for one of the others, then you may be wondering what the words in parentheses are for each option, and why there are two yellow choices.
Color blindness has a variety of ranges and these cover those for anyone wanting to jump into VALORANT. Simply put, those with tritanopia are unable to perceive blue light, those with deuteranopia are unable to perceive green light, and those with protanopia are unable to perceive red light.
That information comes courtesy of the Colour Blind Awareness organization. You don't have to be colorblind to change the settings in VALORANT, however. Everyone is different, so you can do it to see which one makes them more vibrant to your eye.