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What Is The Wordle Answer Today? #372 Hints & Tips For Sunday, June 26

The answer to June 26's Wordle is close to a popular multiplayer survival game by Facepunch Studios.

June 26, 2022

Wordle has updated with a brand new puzzle for today, June 26, bringing with it a new vocabulary challenge for players to tackle. This time, the word is a common one – but its letters can be deceptively hard to guess.

Since the new puzzle has released, you might be looking for some tips to guess the answer. If you’re looking for hints or the final answer to the puzzle, just keep reading – we’ve got you covered!

Wordle Hints & Tips For Sunday, June 26

Luckily for Wordle players, this word is fairly common and well-known among English speakers. People often use this word as a cute dog name – so much so that it’s the title of a 1998 dog-focused family movie.

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If you’re a fan of survival games, you might find this next hint useful: this word is close to the name of a popular multiplayer-only survival video game developed by Facepunch Studios. The game’s title is a noun, and this word is the adjective form of that noun!

Mainly though, people use this word to describe the quality of metal when it errodes – orange slowly consumes aging steel when it comes into prolonged contact with air or moisture.

For our last hint, the Wordle June 26 answer begins with an “R” and ends with a “Y“.

What Is The Wordle Answer Today? (Sunday, June 26)

The answer to today’s Wordle puzzle is “RUSTY“.

As previously mentioned, “Rusty” is close to Facepunch Studios’ survival game, Rust. The game, which itself features a number of rusty and deteriorating buildings, introduced a new take on the multiplayer survival genre.

That’s it for the June 26 Wordle! Be sure to check back in tomorrow with the latest hints and answers for the next Wordle puzzle.

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Natalie Schmidt
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Natalie (She/Her) is a writer and game design enthusiast hailing from way-too-sunny Los Angeles. She loves to dissect game narrative and analyze mechanics, but she doesn’t even want to think about how many hours she’s spent playing D&D or The Witcher 3. Aside from triple-A adventures, she’s passionate about RPGs of all kinds and meaningful representation in games

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