WATCH: Westworld is back with a season two trailer, and a trailer hidden within it

Did you know there was a second trailer?

Westworld Season 2 trailer

We’re all counting down the days until April 22nd comes around.

No, that’s not because it’s international Earth Day (isn’t every day international earth day for humans?), but because it is the date when Westworld returns to our screens.

To say we’re pregnant with anticipation would be an understatement. To further that analogy, you could say that we are pregnant with quintuplets worth of excitement… actually, that probably doesn’t work.

To get us even more hyped about the show’s return, HBO has created an epic trailer… well, actually, there’s two trailers, but we’ll get to that later.

Let’s start with the first one.

This trailer features two of the most important character from the show, Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright).

These two characters are hosts and they basically know what their true nature is. Last time we left Dolores (SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T VIEWED SEASON ONE) she had shot down Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) and a few others in the series one finale.

Many assume that this trailer is in the present, but in Westworld, when has anything ever been straight forward?

There are plenty of folk trying to decipher it online, but we’ll leave that to the many Reddit forum’s who are currently scratching their collective heads trying to figure it out.

Now, onto the second and slightly more disturbing trailer, which is hidden within the first. At a shot, about 20 seconds into the first, there is a series of trunks, one of which contains binary code.

That code can be translated to a link. Take a look…

It’s an advertisement for Delos and Westworld and it’s creepy as hell.

It suggests human massacres and drone hosts and all that other crazy stuff that we now know is part of the show.

Season 2 of Westworld is going to be absolutely epic!

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