Fans eagerly tried to solve a series of interactive puzzles to reveal the titles of new songs from Taylor Swift’s upcoming album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”, but the game was plagued with technical problems.
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Taylor Swift fans were frustrated on Tuesday when the pop star released a virtual Easter egg hunt to reveal the track titles for her upcoming album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”, but the game was plagued with technical difficulties.
Swift announced the album and that it would include unreleased songs last month while performing in Los Angeles. She has included vault songs in her previous three re-recordings as a bonus for fans who stream and purchase the albums.
Taylor Swift fans were excited to learn the titles of new songs from her upcoming album, but the game she created to reveal them was broken.
Taylor Swift previously revealed the vault tracks for her albums “Fearless (Taylor’s Version)” and “Red (Taylor’s Version)” by releasing a video of scrambled letters.
This time, she has partnered with Google to create a series of 89 puzzles that fans can solve to reveal the vault track titles for her upcoming album “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”.
Once 33 million puzzles have been solved, the vault will be unlocked and the track titles will be revealed to all fans.
Taylor Swift is making her fans work for the vault track titles this time around, but it’s all in good fun!
Some international fans of Taylor Swift first noticed a small blue vault appear when they searched for her name on Google on Saturday. This built anticipation among fans, who were eager to find out what the vault meant.
The puzzle began with the vault revealing a scrambled version of Taylor Swift’s upcoming album name, “1989 (Taylor’s Version)”. As participants entered answers into the search bar, the vault would reveal more puzzles.
However, many fans, including an NBC News reporter, have reported that the puzzle is glitchy and not working properly. They have entered the correct answers, but the puzzle is not progressing.
Some fans were frustrated that they couldn’t participate in the Taylor Swift vault track title reveal puzzle because it was glitchy and not working properly. They were also upset that the puzzle required 33 million completions, which seemed like a lot when the game wasn’t working properly.
One fan posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, “I feel like Taylor constantly forgets how big she is. 33 million is a lot when you take into account the vault not working. Google has to process who is playing the game and who is genuinely trying to search for sunglasses which I think is what screws this all up.”
Another fan joked that they would definitely not get 33 million puzzle completions before the album came out if the puzzle was not working.
Google addressed the errors in a post on X late on Tuesday. They said that the vault was jammed and that they were working on fixing it.
A representative for Taylor Swift did not respond to a request for comment.
Taylor Swift posted a video of a blue vault opening on her Instagram, captioned with “You can tell me when the search is over… if the high was worth the pain.”
Searches for “Taylor Swift” spiked after the post and remained high for a few hours, according to Google Trends data.
Taylor Swift’s highest Google search interest was at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, two hours after her post, before declining slightly.
“1989 (Taylor’s Version)” is scheduled to release on October 27, exactly nine years after the original’s release.
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