Warning: if you haven't seen the latest episode of WandaVision yet, this article contains SPOILERS so read at your own risk.
WandaVision saw the introduction of a new character named Tyler Hayward who happens to be operating S.W.O.R.D. Right off the bat, fans had mixed feelings about the character considering he displays shady behavior and as the show progressed, we're getting a better idea of what Hayward's true intentions were.
The previous episodes hinted that Hayward is actually up to no good and the reason he's after Wanda was because he wanted to track Vision's activity inside the hex. The general belief amongst viewers was that Wanda stormed S.W.O.R.D.'s headquarters to steal Vision's corpse as that was the scenario Hayward came up with.
Apparently, we've all been deceived as Episode 8 reveals the shocking truth about the synthezoid and Hayward's master plan from the beginning. As it turns out, the cunning director lied about Wanda forcefully running off with Vision's corpse as the synthezoid's lifeless body has been with them all along.
Stunned by the state she saw Vision in, Wanda didn't cause much chaos inside S.W.O.R.D. and she left right away after realizing that the love of her life is no more. Maximoff then heads back to Westview and with her grief was able to create the hex and turn the town into her own pocket reality.
Wanda was able to miraculously resurrect Vision with the help of her chaos magic which we get a first taste of during the climactic sequence of Episode 8. During the episode's mid-credits scene, it was revealed that Hayward was successful in reprogramming Vision and as previously speculated by Marvel theorists, the old Vision has turned into "White Vision", a new version of the synthezoid that doesn't carry the original's emotions and consciousness.
We still don't know how White Vision changes the complexion of the series especially now that we're approaching the grand finale but it's safe to assume that this new version of the previously Mind Stone-powered synthezoid will be used as a weapon to subdue Wanda.
WandaVision's latest episode is now streaming on Disney+.
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