‘Westworld’ Spoilers: What Does The Hidden Map Reveal?

With the complicated storylines and character development, fans of the HBO hit show Westworld are always on the hunt for Westworld spoilers, if only so they can make sense of their new favorite show. But the latest Westworld spoilers have the so-called hidden map revealing a lot more about the show than what was previously known. So what does the hidden map reveal?

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According to Insider, their latest Westworld spoilers reveal the hidden map of the Westworld theme park facility. It shows, amongst other things, that the theme park is built into the ground, like a reverse skyscraper. Westworld creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy revealed to Insider that the oldest park facilities (such as the Manufacturing level, where all the robots are made, and the Cold Storage, where Bernard and Ashley Stubbs went during the premiere episode) are on the bottom, and the newer facilities (such as the Mesa Gold, which is the only part of Westworld that’s above ground, and where the two main characters were talking during the premiere) are on the top. Does this mean that more facilities will be built on top of the Mesa Gold?

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The hidden map of "Westworld" reveals a treasure trove of spoilers. [Image via HBO]

Meanwhile, according to GameSpot‘s latest Westworld spoilers, Maeve’s previous role in the theme park will be fully revealed come the third episode, and not all is as it seems. In the second episode, the central point was all about the dreams, and through these dreams, we got a glimpse into what Maeve used to do. However, all is not what it seems for the AI hosts.

As for why production was shut down last January, actor James Marsden told the outlet that it was because they wanted to plan out the future of the show.

“It wasn’t about getting the first 10 [episodes] done, it was about mapping out what the next five or six years are going to be. We wanted everything in line so that when the very last episode airs and we have our show finale, five or seven years down the line, we knew how it was going to end the first season.”

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The latest "Westworld" spoilers reveal that not all is as it seems in the theme park. [Image via HBO]

Finally, Uproxx revealed their latest Westworld spoilers and theories, and they have quite a few interesting ones. Their first one is that William is really The Man in Black, which makes sense if you believe that the sequence of events in Westworld is set 30 years in the past. It also makes sense as to why William told Logan that the theme park was “addictive,” and that the character of The Man in Black is really just a cautionary tale of what happens when you become addicted to the Westworld theme park.

Westworld creator Jonathan Nolan adds credence to the theory in his own words to the outlet.

“When you play a role playing game, one of the first decisions you make is am I going to go good or bad? Committed gamers will play twice.”

So if William is indeed The Man in Black, it could explain why the first time we saw him, he was wearing a white hat, designating that he played the game the first time as a hero. And as to why he was wearing a black hat the second time we saw him? He was playing the game again — or, as Nolan said, “twice” — but this time, as the villain.

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