In this guide, we breakdown many of the popular Valorant callouts and terms that came from CS:GO. Learn what "CT", "T", "Heaven", "Hell", "U Hall" and other callouts and terms mean.
To show your FPS in Valorant, locate the "Client FPS" setting in the "Stats" settings under the "Video" settings tab. The image below shows exactly where you can find this in Valorant.
"Econ Rating" in Valorant is a calculation of your damage dealt per 1000 CREDS spent. It's visible on the scoreboard after a match has concluded. If you spend 40,000 CREDS through the course of a game while doing 4,000 damage to your enemies, you'd have an Econ Rating of 100 (4,000 / 40).
A "Team Ace" occurs in Valorant when every enemy player dies to a different member of your team in a round. Typically, this means all five members of your team killed one enemy player.
There is NO friendly fire from weapons in Valorant. This means you can shoot through your teammates to hit enemy players without damaging the members of your team that are in your way. However, you CAN damage your teammates with your Agent's abilities (including their ultimates).