The weekend puzzle gave away one of the anticipations this week:
To solve it, use Morse code to get the correct numbers. Those single digit numbers represent the letters of the alphabet. The forward slashes simply divide the single numbers to get a double-digit number. Example: (••---/-----) is (2/0) or the number 20, and converts to the 20th letter in the alphabet, which is T. The complete solution is this [Characters Thursday] which means we are putting that page up on our site that day. (YAY!)
Thursday, check. Friday is another big day we are going to release something else that we have not really mentioned yet. So stay tuned to find out what that reveal is!
Check it out: a mobile wallpaper of the GTH cover art:
We have one more announcement this week, but it's milder. I'm not entirely sure when it will be ready, but it will definitely be slowly coming in bit-by-bit, so you may notice a part of it somewhere soon.