Chaos Takes Control In New WESTWORLD Season 2 Poster, Which Leads To A Mysterious Teaser Video

Chaos Takes Control In New WESTWORLD Season 2 Poster, Which Leads To A Mysterious Teaser Video

HBO teases fans with an intricate puzzle that when solved leads to a new Westworld poster which contains another hint. Ultimately, it ends with a new teaser video for season 2 which you can watch below.

Westworld is all about unraveling the mysteries presented to us, and today HBO challenged fans to solve a puzzle that ultimately unlocked a new poster and video for season 2.

Earlier today, HBO and the cast of Westworld provided fans with a series of clues along with the hint to talk to Aeden. It looked like this (below), with each cast member posting a different clue.

Basically, you had to head over to the Discover Westworld website and type to Aeden, the AI, “control takes chaos. At which point Aiden would provide the next hint: “ become strong than them.” Simply flipping the phrase to “chaos takes control,” would ultimately unlock the new ominous poster for Westworld season 2.

At first glance it just looks like some impressive foreboding  key art. However, if you look closely where the desert meets the mountains, you’ll see a code hidden within. It reads: “687474703A2F2F6269742E6 C792F3246447A696567.”

It didn’t take long for fans to discover that the code leads to a new page of the website - The video teaser seems to be voiced by a young Robert Ford (Anthony Hopkins) presumably telling the hosts their new game: to find the door. And, of course, there’s a bunch of shots of doors opening.

If you recall, showrunners Jonah Nolan and Lisa Joy recently revealed that each individual season of Westworld has an internal title. The first season was called “The Maze,” while the second is called “The Door.” This could be interpreted a number of ways, of course, but with the hosts now in control they are free to explore. And who knows what doors they may open.

The mystery really begins when Westworld season 2 returns to HBO on April 22, 2018.
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