Westworld Site Confirms That There Are 6 Delos Parks

The new website, Delos Destinations, confirms that Westworld isn’t the only park. In fact, it’s one of six parks owned by Delos.

HBO premiered a new trailer for the highly-anticipated second season of Westworld during the Super Bowl, which was met with praise from fans. The new season will continue the narrative Dr. Ford set up in Season 1, as the hosts seek to take control of Delos. Evan Rachel Wood, Thandie Newton, Jeffrey Wright and many others will return in Season 2. However, it looks like their characters will be venturing outside of Westworld.

We’ve known since the Season 1 finale that Delos owned other parks besides Westworld, but we only knew about Samurai World. While we didn’t see Samurai World in the new trailer, it will likely make an appearance in Season 2. We’ve speculated that there could be other parks, but we couldn’t be sure how many existed. Thanks to a hidden message included in the new Westworld Season 2 trailer, we now know that there 6 Delos parks.

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Delos Destination Website Discovered By Fans

HBO likes to have fun with Westworld fans, and in the past, has put hidden messages in promotional material. Usually, they put a code on one of their websites or in social media posts. However, this time they put a secret code in the new Westworld Season 2 trailer. The simple binary code was discovered by fans, which led them to a new website named Delos Destinations.

The site’s main page offers a greeting, which is followed by a link to Delos’ vacation destinations. The message on the front page of Delos Destinations reads as follows:

“A subsidiary of Delos Incorporated, Delos Destinations employs our award-winning biotech to create authentic, unforgettable experiences that redefine the art of simulation. In a world that’s become inundated by the virtual, escape the screen and take hold of a freedom you can physically touch. It’s a feeling that will challenge your idea of reality—and as our friends here like to say, if you can’t tell the difference, does it matter?”

A link to Delos’s park destinations is located directly below the greeting, which takes you to a new page. On this page we see a picture and description of Westworld, as well as a link to the Discover Westworld website. However, Westworld isn’t the only park on this page. In fact, there are 5 other parks besides Westworld.

New Website Confirms There Are 6 Parks Owned By Delos

Delos Website Confirms other Parks

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On the same page described above, there is an arrow that takes you to a second park. However, the image is distorted and there is no description. Thankfully, someone snapped a shot of the picture before it distorts, and it’s clearly Samurai World (see image above). There is another image that hints at Samurai World on the main page, which you can see below:

Samurai World

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Based on the information we gathered from the site, Westworld is Park 1, Samurai World is Park 2. But, there are 4 other parks that aren’t named. The parks are listed as Park 3, Park 4, Park 5 and Park 6. No other information is provided on the pictures, and when clicked upon, an alert pops up that says, “authorized personnel only”. The images are provided below:

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What Are The Names Of The Other Parks On Westworld?

The fact that Delos Desitions website confirmed there are 6 parks is awesome, but it raises even more questions. Besides Westworld and Samurai World, we have no idea what the other 4 parks are. Many assume that we could see Medieival World or Roman World, which were featured in the original film – but it’s not likely.

Jonathon Nolan has already stated that those worlds don’t exist in the show’s canon. That doesn’t mean they won’t exist later in the show, it just means they don’t exist yet. At this point, we simply don’t have enough information to guess which parks the other 4 could be. It’s likely they will be hinted at in Westworld Season 2, but for now, we can’t wait to see which secrets are revealed in the upcoming season.

We still have a few months until Westworld Season 2 drops. Until then, we will continue to speculate on anything and everything Westworld.

Westworld Season 2 will premiere on HBO Sunday, April 22, 2018 9PM/EST

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