New York Times Changes Wordle Response Due to ‘Major Recent News Event’

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SPOILERS: This story contains the answer to Wordle 324 for Monday, May 9th.

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Get a different response to your daily Wordle on Monday? You are not alone.

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The New York Times said it updated its response to Wordle 324 due to its reference to a major news event.

“Some users may see an outdated response that appears to be closely related to a major recent news event” The New York Times Games said in a statement on Monday.. “This is completely unintentional and accidental – today’s original answer was uploaded to Wordle last year.”

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Players should update their browsers to see the updated response.

Scroll down to see the answers to Monday’s Wordle puzzle.

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Several Twitter users noted that while some people were getting “shine” as a Wordle response on Monday, others were getting a “fruit” response.

Wordle’s initial response came days after a draft Supreme Court opinion with the judges’ proposal was leaked. may overturn landmark abortion decision Roe v. Wade.

The New York Times Games said they identified “fruit” as a potential answer last week and have been working to replace it with an updated answer for as many players as possible.

“We take our role as a place of entertainment and relaxation seriously, and we want Wordle to remain distinct from the news,” the company said in a statement. “But due to current Wordle technology, it can be difficult to change words that have already been loaded into the game.”

It’s not the first time Wordle has introduced a daily multi-answer puzzle. In March, the daily Wordle presented answers “oven” and “harryThe New York Times updated the riddle to “furnace” as part of an effort to remove “incomprehensible or potentially tactless words.”

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