Hampus CS:GO crosshair and viewmodel settings
Hampus is NIP’s IGL and a key component of their CS:GO roster. Here are his CS:GO crosshair and viewmodel settings.
Hampus "hampus" Poser is a 24-year-old CS: GO player, the IGL, and rifler for the Ninjas in Pyjamas. Before NiP, Hampus was a part of GamerLegion and other smaller teams. He led NiP to a top four finish at the BLAST Premier Fall Finals 2022. While NiP started out strong in 2022 with top four finishes in the ESL Pro League Season 15, a top eight finish at the Antwerp Major and IEM Cologne, their performance did not live up to the hype through the rest of the year. NiP finished ESL Pro League S16 in the 17-20th place and they finished the Rio Major in 15-16th place. Here are Hampus CS:GO crosshair and viewmodel settings.
Hampus CS:GO crosshair settings
Here are Hampus' CS:GO crosshair settings. He does not use a dot and does not use a drawouline in his crosshair.
The CS:GO crosshair can take a number of forms and shapes. For the most part, the crosshair's customization depends on the individual user's preference. Some might prefer a dot while many others might not. Some players might prefer a decent outline, but there are some players who might not.
CS:GO viewmodel settings
The viewmodel is essentially the size and sometimes shape of the in-game character model. The size of the model does not matter as much in pub games, but at higher levels in the game, a slightly smaller or differently-sized model might mean a signficant advantage for the player. The player will be able to see more on his screen and have a faster reaction time. That being said, it's all about the player's comfort and ability to play with that viewmodel setting.
What are Hampus bob settings?
When you run around the map in CS:GO, the bob settings come into play. Your weapon moves up and down, which might serve as a distraction to you. Reducing the bob allows your attention to be focused on the environment around you. Here are Hampus' bob settings.
Hampus CS:GO video settings
Hampus "hampus" Poser. (Image Credit: NiP)
Finally, the video settings play a crucial role in any player's performnace. The video settings obviously dpeende heavily on your PC system and how advanced of a graphics crd and processor you have.
Hampus uses a ZOWIE XL2546K with a RazerDeatAdder Elite mouse. For Keyboard, he uses the Razer Huntsman V2 TKL. He also uses the Razer Blackshark V2 as the Headset of choice.
1280 * 800
Global Shadow Quality
Boost Player Contrast
Multisampling Anti-Aliasing Mode
Texture Filtering Mode
Wait for Verticfal Sync
Use Ubser Shaders
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Started esports with Dota, moved to CS, then OW, back to Dota 2, and now a bit of Valorant. I love city-building games, and have spent hours in Cities: Skylines only to have the traffic defeat me. Currently on a reading spree - the aim is to read 150 books in 2023. Can I do it? Would you?