The New York Times has announced a handy feature for Gamers who want to continue their streak no matter what device they play on. The release, which launched the ultra-popular daily pun in January, Players will soon be able to sync their stats and streaks across devices. you need one Times account to. Note that once your stats have been synced, there is no way to unlink them.
This is a welcome update. It comes in handy for those who play the game on their office computer during the week, for example, or on both their phone and PC. Sure, in the grand scheme of things Wordl Statistics don’t tell that much. However, if you’ve been guessing puzzle words correctly on your desktop system for many days in a row and you’re leaving town, you don’t need to break your winning streak.
When exactly is not clear Times will roll out the sync option for everyone, like Remarks. Hopefully the release can avoid the kind of problems it faced back then . Some players lost their streaks during the transition.
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https://www.engadget.com/wordle-stats-sync-new-york-times-170722827.html?src=rss ‘Wordle’ players can soon sync their stats and streaks across devices