Eagle-eyed fans pointed out a binary code from the Westworld Season 2 trailer released during Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb.4, which surprisingly revealed that there are six parks in the fictional Delos Destinations.
At the 33-second frame in the trailer, fans will notice white bars at the upper half of the screen, which is actually a binary, and when decoded resulted to an IP address 188.8.131.52. When opened online, the address linked to http://delosdestinations.com, where visitors are encouraged to visit the parks.
"Experience the first vacation destination where you can live without limits. Meticulously crafted and artfully designed, our park offers an unparalleled, immersive world where you have the freedom to become who you've always wanted to be," reads the invite, which then leads to a page that gives six parks.
The parks are labeled from number one to six. The first is Westworld and the second park appears to be a mountainous location. The blurry image hints at a lush park filled with green trees.
Speculations point to the Japan-themed park revealed in the finale of Westworld Season 1. The park is currently known as "S World," which could stand for Samurai or Shogun. Meanwhile, reservations to the other four parks are "closed to the public" so there is no telling what world they offer to the guests.
Westworld co-creator Jonathan Nolan confirmed in an interview that as the show or story progresses, viewers will see the other worlds that the hosts live.
"I would say the conception of the show from the beginning is we would slowly but surely learn more about the world and worlds our hosts inhabit. There's a lot more story to tell in Westworld but that doesn't mean we will only be in Westworld," Nolan told Entertainment Weekly.
Medieval And Roman World
The Medieval World and Roman World were featured in the original Westworld movie. This leaves the possibility open for the creators to incorporate these worlds or parks in the HBO drama. Another possibility is for the Futureworld to be added in Westworld Season 2, as seen in the 1976 film sequel.
In related news, the site also revealed a new series character — Delos Incorporated founder James Delos, portrayed by Ozark star Peter Mullan. HBO released a new version of the Super Bowl trailer for Westworld Season 2 that gave a glimpse of the character.
Westworld Season 2 premieres on April 22.