Today’s Wordle is a bit more difficult than previous puzzles, but not by much. We’ll delve into today’s Wordle puzzle later in the article, for those looking for some hints or clues. However, if you haven’t done the puzzle yet, you may not want to scroll to the end of the article, as we’ll discuss the answer eventually.
For those who have somehow missed out on the Wordle madness so far, the rules of the game are simple: Players have six tries to guess a five-letter word. Players are given clues based on the letters their guess shares with the correct word. A letter shaded yellow means that letter also appears in the correct word, but in a different letter location. A letter shaded green means that letter appears in the same place in the correct word.
On average, it takes Wordle players approximately 4 attempts to correctly guess a daily puzzle, although some puzzles can be significantly more difficult. The past few months have featured a number of difficult puzzles, with FOUND breaking streaks due to sharing a 4-letter word that ends with multiple other words, and NYMPH eluding players due to the lack of a traditional vowel.
So what about today’s Wordle? Players may have trouble with today’s word as it features a double letter. Fortunately, the placement of the other three letters is pretty unique, so players should be able to clear options quickly. Remember that players in normal mode can eliminate multiple guesses at once by using a one-word guess that can eliminate multiple possibilities. For example, if you need to choose between POUND, ROUND, and SOUND, it might be easier to guess with a word like PURR to determine which of those answers is correct.
Are you still stumped with today’s Wordle puzzle? The answer to Wordle 465 is…SOGGY. Be sure to check out WordleBot if you want some tips on how to improve your Wordle game. WordleBot notes that it takes an average of 4.1 attempts to solve today’s puzzle. 98% of Wordle players were able to solve the puzzle in 6 tries.
Let us know if you got today’s Wordle puzzle in the comments section and if you managed to match our score for solving it in four tries!