Westworld has a bit of a steep learning curve at the very start. However, once you spend an hour or two scratching the surface, things start to make more sense. You will learn to sacrifice some of your hosts to upgrade others and how to pair guests for maximum profit.
Here’s a tip: Don’t use the same host every single time.
A big bonus that makes the game feel a lot similar to the series involves the narrative penned by the series writers themselves. It even includes the well-recognized characters of Delores (Evan Rachel Wood), Maeve (Thandie Newton), and Bernard (Jeffrey Wright).
You’ll start as a newly-hired Delos employee with access to Delos Park Training Simulation. Your job is to build the park from scratch and I don’t think the responsibilities get any bigger than that. You will manufacture robots named “hosts” and then pair them up with humans, aka “guests, who have desires that are mostly criminal in nature.” However, it’s easier said than done. Guests need to stay happy as they will provide necessary components for better hosts. Plus, you will also be asked to build new objects in order to satisfy the needs of your guests. Moreover, your hosts would require regular maintenance or else you’ll incur losses.
With all of the parallel story-lines, there’s a huge chance you’ll be addicted to the game since you have to keep improving the park every day. Just double tap on any room or space above or below the ground to dominate whatever is going on in it.
Since the game is based on a story, different events unravel with the passage of time. Furthermore, some events in the game are time-bound. All in all, Westworld is a pretty slick game for sci-fi lovers.