What The Heck Is “WORDLE-BTS X?” We Got The Answer

Don’t worry. You’re not the only one confused.

If you’ve been asking questions like this…

We have the answer, don’t worry. And, no, it’s not a new version of BTS‘s Takeone Company Corp and Netmarble mobile video game BTS WORLD.

Currently, “WORDLE-BTS X” is trending on Twitter. The reason why is because ARMYs worldwide are participating in the latest viral trend.

Screenshot on February 1, 2022. | Twitter

Remember when everyone was “sus” and obsessed with Among Us? Now, the free online game everyone can’t stop playing is Wordle, a brainteaser. According to the game’s description, you must “Guess the WORDLE in 6 tries. Each guess must be a valid 5 letter word. Hit the enter button to submit.”

Each day, a new game is posted online. You have six tries to get the five-letter word without any hints or clues, except color-coded tiles. In each guess, you need to enter five letters. Once you submit your guess, the color of the letter tiles will change to show how close you are to the right answer.

— Addy Bink, Nexstar Media Wire

Screenshot on February 1, 2022. | WORDLE

Now, there’s a BTS version, created by hannahcode and modified by BTSCHARTDATA, to play to really test your knowledge of the group. So rather than basic words, you are given 5-letter words related to BTS specifically.

Screenshot on February 1, 2022. | WORDLE-BTS

With no comeback currently and the members on vacation, there’s nothing better for us all to do right now. So, all of our Twitter feeds look like this currently:

When you finish playing for the day, you have the option to post the results like this with the colored cubes. Since it’s BTS, it’s purple, yellow, and gray instead of the usual green, yellow, gray combo.

ARMYs are certainly having mixed feelings about the WORDLE-BTS X. While some are acing it, others are struggling to get even one word.

It’s like the “2021 June FESTA Exam” all over again! Read more below:

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Source: Twitter and Fox4KC