Taylor Swift never disappoints her fanbase! The Swifties have been caught up in a frenzy over Taylor Swift vault puzzle game that has already seen the count past 20 million.
In early August the Blank Space hitmaker made a surprise announcement that 1989 (Taylor’s Version) will be out on October 27th. This version would include previously unreleased songs from the vault.
The excitement didn't stop there. On Sept. 19th, Google added an intriguing twist to the mix. When you entered Midnight crooner's name into the search bar, a mysterious vault appeared.
This vault consisted of 89 puzzles, and solving them would ‘apparently’ unveil the names of the new vault songs.
"You’ll be helping Swifties around the world get out of the woods (or unlock the vault) as everyone collectively solves 33 million puzzles," Google said. "And that’s how it works, that’s how you get the vault track titles!"
As of the time of writing, the count was rapidly climbing, with 20M out of 33 million puzzles already solved and a thousand responses pouring in every second.
Some devoted fans with coding skills even dig into the puzzle's code and discovered some clues.
Twitter user @bazhev95 shared that the word "Delight" was buried within the Google vault puzzle's coding.
Some of the puzzle answers are Golf club, Tokyo, pen click, Wednesday, and Can't stop won't stop moving, among many others.
Fans are now on the edge of their seats, wondering what awaits them once they hit that magical 33 million solved puzzles mark.
But the question remains: what will be the final revelation? I guess we just have to wait!