Thanks to the Season 1 finale of Westworld, we knew we'd be visiting Samurai World in Season 2, but creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy also revealed that Roman World and Medieval World will be making an appearance during the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit.
The Roman and Medieval Worlds were the other Delos Destinations in Michael Crichton’s original 1973 movie. It didn't feature in Season 1 because, according to Joy, “We had to save something for Season 2.” Joy also teased a "bloodbath" in Episode 4 of Season 2, which isn't surprising considering Hosts are newly aware of the real world and we now have four worlds to choose from, all of them with deadly weapons (it's gonna be a sword-a-palooza). Tessa Thompson, who plays Charlotte Hale, hinted that "women are king this year." It would be interesting if that turned out to be a literal interpretation.
According to Deadline, the questions about A.I. aren't going anywhere in Season 2. The central question remains the same: what does it truly mean to be human?
“If you look at things that have gone down in the last year, humans are terrible at running this world.", Nolan said. "It’s clear that there’s room for improvement."
Joy, however, isn't so sure. “A corporation’s goal is to make profits. It’s very simple. It’s binary. It’s either less or more. Computers work along the same thing. If you can see how, with the simplest of directives that can get blown into something beyond what could imagine, that’s the kind of thing we’re talking about.”
If you're wondering if there's a twist this year, there is, and Evan Rachel Wood has already figured it out. Of course, she has a bit of an advantage, wouldn't you say?