What does NT mean in Valorant?

Know all the colloquial messages!

In a competitive multiplayer game like Valorant, players convey important callouts and messages in a short form to avoid spending much time in the chatbox. While the solution is ideal, many new players find such texts confusing due to their limited exposure. One such word often used among the players during a match is NT or nt. The word is either interpreted as Nice Try or Nice Team. It varies depending upon the match circumstance or situation.

What does NT mean in Valorant?

As mentioned above, you can interpret NT into different messages depending upon the scenario.

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Message(NT or nt)ScenarioMeaning
Nice TryAfter losing a clutch situationIt is sent to appreciate or applaud your effort that has gone in vain during the round.
Nice TeamDuring a losing streakSent to sarcastically mock your team's performance.  

Other common communication messages in Valorant

The following list contains some of the most commonly used words inside a match.

GGGood GameTo appreciate the competitive spirit between players after the end of a match.
BTBad TimingTo indicate the bad luck or curse fallen upon the team.
OPOperator To reference the popular sniper gun "Operator" in the game.

For more on Valorant, check out Best Valorant Crosshair Codes for Ranked Matches or How to Make a Square/Box Crosshair in Valorant on Pro Game Guides.

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