VALORANT Jett Guide – Fly To The Top of The Ladder

The South Korean Agent Jett is the most popular Duelist of the VALORANT Protocol. Due to her agile and evasive playstyle, she’s an Agent like no other. Jett from VALORANT revolves around mobility, rather than utility. She’s designed for aggressive and swift playstyles. You will most likely see Jett played a whole lot at VALORANT Champions 2022. Even the likeness of VALORANT Jett voice actor, Shannon Williams, can often be seen playing Jett on stream, baiting players with her famous Jett quotes VALORANT.Valorant Jett

Considering the fact that proficient and accurate aim is one of the most important aspects of playing Jett, she’s quite easy to pick up. But due to her immensely high skill cap, she’s a tough nut to crack when it comes to mastering her. All of her abilities complement each other in one way or another and are extremely hard to get a grass pon.  As for who is the best Jett player in VALORANT currently, cNed is still holding the crown in the eyes of the fanbase. Take advantage of the VALORANT pro settings just like the top dogs.

In this VALORANT Jett guide, we’re going to go through all of her abilities and give you all the necessary VALORANT Jett tips and tricks to get you started. With enough confidence and practice, you can become a clutch machine, with the wind blowing through your hair. In case you need a bit more understanding of the game before taking on Jett VALORANT, these VALORANT tips for beginners will do the trick.

How to Play Jett Like a Pro in VALORANT

Before we get into the nitty-gritty details of her abilities and how to use Jett in VALORANT, we have to talk about her passive effect. As one of the most unique Agents in the game, she of course, comes with her own unique hidden ability. Jett is able to glide through the air. Whether you jump from a higher surface or after using your Updrafts, holding down the SPACE button will allow you to smoothly glide across the map.

Her passive is quite a powerful tool that any player, looking to main Jett, needs to take advantage of. Avoiding fall damage is the one basic benefit of her passive, but learning how to master and perfectly control your movements in the air will be tricky.

(C) Cloudburst

  • Cost: 200
  • Duration: 4s

Jett instantly casts a projectile which, after impact with a surface, transforms into a vision-blocking cloud. She can have up to two clouds of smoke per round, which she can cast one after another, almost immediately.  While her smokes only last 4 short seconds, they’re more than a powerful tool for any Jett VALORANT main to take control of a situation. Whether you’re tossing smokes to dash into them when attacking or blocking off vision to run to safety during combat, your smokes are going to be your best friend.

Jett Ulti and Smokes

One of the impactful VALORANT Jett tricks is that you’re able to curve your projectiles by holding down the ability button. This allows you to cast your Cloudburst around corners, from safe distances. Since it works much like Guiding Light (explained in our Skye Guide), it allows you to walk while controlling your ability, and play mind games with the enemy.  Precision is key when you want to make the most out of your Cloudbursts, so practising how to control your smokes is essential.

(Q) Updraft

  • Cost: 150
  • Vertical range: 5m

Jett uses her updraft to propel herself into the air. Since it has two charges, you re-cast it to get further up in the air.

Her passive compliments Updraft very well, allowing you to stay in the air for a lengthy period of time. Of course, you can use her Updraft to propel yourself onto high surfaces such as high boxes, windows or Sage’s wall. You can even dash across high obstacles by combining Updraft with your dash. It’s very effective when you want to quickly reposition yourself and surprise enemies from different angles.

Updraft can also be used pre-round which is extremely beneficial when defending, especially while wielding an Operator. You can reach effective peek points and jump aka glide down to safety if needed.

Her Updraft is also a very great tool for scouting. You can jump over obstacles and windows to peek and check the enemies’ whereabouts for more information.

Keep in mind: Once in the air, unless you’re using your ultimate, your aim is not going to be accurate. Therefore, jumping up in the air and dashing into the enemy guns-blazing is never a good idea.

(E) Tailwind

  • Dash range: 15m
  • Duration: 12s
  • Activation delay: 0.75s

When activating Tailwind, Jett prepares a gust of wind for 12s, during which you can re-cast your ability to quickly dash in the direction you’re moving. If you’re standing still or if your desired location is not specified, Jett dashes forward. If the 12s pass, her ability will simply deplete. The activation delay doesn’t allow you to simply double-cast E and dash to safety.  In order to not waste it, make sure to pre-cast it when you’re certain you’re going to use it.

This ability refreshes after getting 2 kills/assists, allowing you to use it up to a maximum of 3 times per round. You can dash both on the ground, as well as, in the air. Her Tailwind and Updraft work simultaneously and don’t cancel each other out when cast at the same time.

With Tailwind up your sleeve, you can quickly escape any dangerous encounter and dash to safety. Jett’s ability to quickly reposition herself and dash away from the enemy line of sight will allow you to make clutch-worthy plays.

(X) Blade Storm

  • Cost: 7 ultimate points
  • Damage: 50 for body shots | 150 for headshots
  • Number of knives: 5

Upon activating Blade Storm, Jett equips a set of highly accurate knives. You start off with 5 knives and refresh them whenever you get a left-click kill. By pressing the Secondary fire button, you launch all 5 of your knives at the enemy. While this option is great for close combat and almost guarantees a kill, it doesn’t refresh upon landing a takedown.

Knife hits to the body do 50 damage each, while one knife to the head does 150 damage. Hence, landing a headshot with your blade guarantees a kill. The only downside to Jett is that her accuracy is greatly reduced while in the air and moving swiftly, but her Blade Storm more than makes up for it.

Jett MId B Haven

The deadly Jett knives VALORANT have 100% accuracy at any given time and have no recoil. Learning how to combine your ultimate with Tailwind and Updraft will give you an advantage over the enemy. Moreover, Blade Storm is not time limited like certain other abilities in the game. You can activate your ultimate and switch between your weapon and knives as much as you want.

A very efficient way of utilising your ultimate is to use it during eco rounds. Since they’re a very powerful tool and reset upon getting a kill, your knives can serve as a replacement weapon in any eco round.

Her ultimate knives are so cool that VALORANT even made a skin which closely resembles them. But if you’re wondering how to get Jett Knife VALORANT, you have to be lucky to get it in the shop since it’s part of the VALORANT Go! Vol.1 Collection.

Jett VALORANT in The Current Meta

Jett has been at the very top since the release of VALORANT. Even to this day, Jett holds her ground as one of the favourite Duelists of the VALORANT player base. With the VALORANT lore expanding day by day, people have shown great interest in Jett’s backstory and character: How old is Jett VALORANT, and how tall is Jett VALORANT?

In the game, all Agents must be the same size, but in the ‘real world’ Jett is in her early-mid twenties and is currently the shortest of all Agents. Luckily for her, she has her Updraft to make up for it. Even though Jett’s been at the top for as long as we remember, she still has a mysterious side to her that fans cannot let go of, going as far as analysing what Jett says in the VALORANT trailer.

Fly to The Top of The Ladder

Jett from VALORANT has been with us since the Beta, and after all this time, she’s still one of the most beloved and most-played Agents in the game. Her skill cap is very high but due to her playstyle, the journey to mastering her never gets boring. Even after receiving nerfs to her Tailwind, she’s still one of the strongest Agents out there and is extremely interesting to play. Even if you’re just getting started, there is no excuse not to give Jett a try. Jett is one of the free Agents you get to play in VALORANT. Keep playing to also unlock all Agents in VALORANT.

With enough practice, you can show off your Jett VALORANT gameplay and become a true air-bending killing machine. Turn up the Jett VALORANT song and don’t let them slow you down.