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Valorant PC Keyboard Controls Guide

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PC Keyboard Controls & Shortcuts

Print out or refer to the following list of PC keyboard commands and controls for Valorant. You can change your control settings whether you are on the main menu or in-game. Head to the settings menu (press ESC whilst in-game), and choose the Controls option.

 

 

Movement

  • Forward – W

 

  • Backward – S

 

  • Strafe Left – A

 

  • Strafe Right – D

 

  • Default Movement Mode – Walk

 

  • Walk – Left Shift

 

  • Jump – Space Bar

 

  • Crouch – Left Ctrl

 

  • Toggle Crouch – On

 

 

Equipment

  • Fire – Left Mouse Button

 

  • Alternate Fire – Right Mouse Button

 

  • Aim Down Sights – Hold

 

  • Sniper Rifle Aim – Hold

 

  • Operator Zoom – Cycle

 

  • Auto Re-enter Scope – On

 

  • Reload – R

 

  • Equip Primacy Weapon – 1

 

  • Equip Secondary Weapon – 2

 

  • Equip Melee Weapon – 3

 

  • Equip Spike – 4

 

  • Cycle to Next Weapon – Mouse Wheel Up

 

  • Cycle to the Previous Weapon – Mouse Wheel Down

 

  • Drop Equipped Weapon – G

 

  • Inspect Weapon – Y

 

  • Use Object – F

 

  • Use Spike (Plant or Defuse) – 4

 

  • Use/Equip Ability: 1 – Q

 

  • Use/Equip Ability: 2 – E

 

  • Use/Equip Ability: 3 – C

 

  • Use/Equip Ability: Ultimate – X

 

  • Use Spray – T

 

 

Communication

  • Party Voice Push To Talk Key – U

 

  • Team Voice Push To Talk Key – V

 

  • Pin (Tap) / Ping Wheel (Hold) – Z

 

  • Radio Commands Menu Index – Period

 

  • Radio Command Wheel Index – Comma

 

 

Interface

  • Show Teammate Loadouts (Hold) – Left Alt

 

  • Combat Report – N

 

  • Agent Ability Tooltip – F1

 

  • Open Armory – B

 

  • Open Map (Toggle) – M

 

  • Open Map (Hold) – Caps Lock

 

  • Show Scoreboard (Hold) – Tab

 

  • Toggle Cursor – Middle Mouse Button

 

  • Observer: Toggle Free Camera – V

 

  • Observer: Observe Player 1 – 9

 

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