When will Taylor Swift reveal the 1989 (Taylor's Version) vault?
New York, New York - Taylor Swift has finally given fans a glimpse of the long-awaited 1989 (Taylor's Version) vault, but when will she reveal the track titles?
On Saturday, some Swifties began noticing that when users search for "1989 (Taylor's Version)" or "Taylor Swift" on Google, a blue vault would pop up on the screen.
Other users reported a puzzle pop-up that could be deciphered to reveal "1989 (Taylor's Version)."
While Swift is set to drop her re-recording of the 2014 album on October 27, she has yet to reveal the titles of the five previously scrapped vault tracks.
For the re-recordings of Fearless and Red, the 33-year-old singer challenged fans to decode the vault's song titles ahead of the release with a special puzzle.
When it came to Speak Now (Taylor's Version), Swift did not do the puzzle reveal as the vault tracks had been leaked early, leading her to share the album's back cover in its entirety instead.
The Google pop-ups appear to confirm a 1989 vault puzzle is on its way soon, but when exactly can Swifties expect it?
Taylor Swift fans unlock the 1989 (Taylor's Version) vault with Google puzzle
While the Fearless vault puzzle was dropped just a week before the album, the Red puzzle was unveiled several months prior to the re-recording's debut.
With just over a month until the album's release, Swift formally announced the 1989 (Taylor's Version) Google vault puzzle on Tuesday. The vault will be revealed when Swifties complete 33 million puzzles, with 89 unique riddles available to solve.
The final reveal is also expected to announce the names of the highly-anticipated featured artists on the vault tracks, a tradition Swift has maintained through all three re-recordings thus far.
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