When Westworld's season 1 finale revealed that there is another setting for the robot theme park, fan-dubbed Samurai World, the possibilities of other worlds became endless. Now, the HBO showrunners are revealing that season 2 will not just have one additional park, but five.

Fans deciphered a code placed in a Super Bowl ad that led them to DelosDestinations.com, a site for the fictional company. There are three tabs: About, Experience and Investors. Under "About," viewers can get a history of Delos Destinations. But the information under "Experience" and "Investors" is what's getting fans hyped up. "Experience" reveals that there are at least six worlds in Delos Destinations, separated across six boxes. The first is titled Westworld, the one we've seen in season 1, while the second box shows glitchy images but is left unnamed. Fans speculate that this is "Samurai World." However, once you hover over the other four gray boxes, the website informs you that it's for "authorized personnel only" and that "reservations [are] closed to the public."

As for "Investors," viewers learn more about James Delos, the founder of Delos Inc., who's set to play a major role in the upcoming season.

"Decades ago, a man had an idea as old as human ambition itself, that the only limit to progress is imagination," it reads. "The ability to see a better world. Delos Inc. was formed from that goal and nothing else, because James had nothing else. He used to joke that where he grew up, having dreams was like fighting gravity. But he never lost faith that his dream could take off, and now Delos is more than a name. It's a legacy."

Westworld season 2 is scheduled to premiere on April 22.