Answer changed due to ‘recent major news event’.

spoiler: This story contains the answer to Wordle puzzle 324 for May 9th.

Another answer for the daily Wordle on Mondays? you are not alone.

The New York Times said it updated its answer to Wordle 324 because of a link to an important news event.

“Some users may see outdated replies that appear to be closely linked to major recent news events.” The New York Times Games said in a statement on Monday.. “This is a completely unintentional coincidence. Today’s original answer was loaded into Wordle last year.”

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Several users on Twitter noted that while some people were getting “shine” in response to Wordle on Monday, others were getting “fetus” replies.

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The original Wordle answer suggested that the Supreme Court’s groundbreaking abortion ruling Roe v. A draft Supreme Court opinion suggesting that Wade could be overturned appeared days after it was leaked.

The New York Times Games said last week that it had spotted “fetus” as a potential answer and was working to replace it with an updated answer for as many players as possible.

“We take our role as a place for entertainment and escape seriously and want to keep Wordle distinct from the news,” the company said in a statement. “But with the current Wordle technology, it can be difficult to change words that are already loaded into the game.”

This isn’t the first time Wordle has presented daily puzzles with multiple answers. In March, Wordle Daily published the answers “Stove” and “Harry”. The New York Times updated the puzzle to “stove” in an effort to remove “vague or potentially insensitive words”.

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