LFP

What does LFP mean in MMORPG?

Looking for party

When a player in an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game) uses the term “LFP”, they’re indicating that they are “looking for party”. This simply means they want to team up with other players to set off on a gaming journey.

Players usually form teams or parties when they have to tackle difficult tasks or missions that cannot be accomplished alone. This term is common among players of games like Elder Scrolls Online and Guild Wars 2, particularly when they’re trying to navigate difficult in-game dungeons.

The process of inviting players to form a party varies from one game to another. Generally, you can send an invite by clicking on the player’s name in the game and selecting “Invite to Party” or by adding them to your friends list and sending an invite from there.

If you’re having trouble inviting someone to your party, it might be easier to have them create the party and invite you. This way, you can join the party without any hiccups and get gaming!

Example for using ‘LFP’ in a conversation

Hey, are you free to play WoW tonight?

Yeah, I’m LFP! Let’s go on an adventure together!

Awesome! I’ll send you a party invite once I log in.