What Does NT, WP, GL, and HF Mean in Valorant?

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Agents Phoenix and Viper come up against Jett and another opponent on the Split map in Valorant.

Valorant is a tactical shooter game where communication between teammates is the key to win matches. The game offers various ways of communicating by using the in-game chat, voice, and even given the options to say several important calls without using the voice functionality in the game. As well as that, there's plenty of jargon used by players too.

In this guide, we explain what popular terms NT, HF, GL, and WP mean in Valorant.

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What Does NT, WP, GL, and HF Mean in Valorant?

Using the voice method should be the apparent winner of making quick and compelling call-outs for the team. But, some players do not have a microphone or do not use one for various reasons. Therefore, they are forced to communicate to the team via pings and chat, which can still be effective.

Writing a comprehensive paragraph with perfect punctuation is not the way to convey essential details to your teammates. So, using acronyms like NT, GL, WP and HF are crucial to maintaining a positive environment in the squad and doing it efficiently, so you don't miss the buy period or any vital moments.

There are many popular terms coined by Valorant players, some of them being positive and some not so much. We have noted some terms regularly used and what they mean below:

  • NT - Nice Try
  • GL - Good Luck
  • WP - Well Played
  • HF - Have Fun

Everyone could use these terms to spread positivity during the matches, and a little positive reinforcement goes a long way in helping your teammates clutch those crucial rounds in Valorant. You may also find that these terms are used universally in many other games too, not just Valorant or shooters.

For more on Valorant, we recommend our guides on the best settings to play with, as well as how to improve your gameplay. You'll be racking up wins before you know it!

This guide was updated on 21st December 2021 by Kelsey Raynor.