'Stranger Things' Season 4 Volume 2: New clip teases an epic conclusion for Eleven and co

'Stranger Things' Season 4  Volume 2: New clip teases an epic conclusion for Eleven and co
Eduardo Franco as Argyle, Charlie Heaton as Jonathan, Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven, Noah Schnapp as Will Byers, and Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler in 'Stranger Things' Season 4 (Netflix)

Netflix released volume one of ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 on May 27 and gave viewers the darkest season yet. The Duffer Brothers promised that they will push the boundaries with the latest season and they were not lying. They didn’t only make the season grander, thanks to the super-sized episode, but they also ramped up the horror quotient to make everyone understand how the show has evolved over the years.

But now, the time has come for the show to slowly and steadily walk toward its conclusion. We know that the Netflix series will be coming to an end with Season 5. However, we still have two more episodes to see from the ongoing Season 4. To keep up the excitement, Netflix attached a secret trailer with Volume 1 and viewers can watch it after completing the seventh episode.


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The clip seems to be like a post-credits scene and comes after the dubbing information. Interestingly, it previews automatically for the viewers. So, if you just left your screen as soon as Episode 7 ended, then you missed it for sure. Don’t worry, we’ll tell you what happens in that 30-second clip and what it means.

David Harbour as Jim Hopper in 'Stranger Things' Season 4 (Netflix)


‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 Vol. 2: Familiar villain to make a comeback

In Season 4, the entire Hawkins gang is fighting a new villain named Vecna. He is evil to the core and kills people for fun. He also tried taking Max out of the equation, but Lucas, Dustin, Steve, Nancy, and Robin saved her from the monster. However, the clip from Volume 2 reveals that a villain from the show’s earlier seasons might be returning to cause more damage.

In the teaser trailer, we hear Vecna’s voice telling Eleven that she has freed him and the game is over for everyone now. Meanwhile, after getting out of the Russian prison, Jim Hopper, Joyce, and the rest of the group might set off to investigate the rest of the prison and end up finding a creepy museum full of demogorgons. But the most striking part of that element is that the Russians seem to have captured a Mind Flayer as well.

A still from 'Stranger Things' Season 4 Volume 2 (Netflix)


Yes, you heard it right. The teaser trailer sees Hopper looking at one of the glass cases and we finally get the chance to see a part of the mind flayer that is being impatient inside a glass cage.

Things are going to get even more dangerous for the group if Vecna and Mind Flayer come together at them.

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The story of the group present in Hawkins ended on a massive cliffhanger in Volume 1. However, if you are worried about Nancy Wheeler, then relax, she is alive and will remain to be a big part of the final two episodes.

The teaser of Volume 2 suggests that the group will be divided into different groups and the team of Max, Lucas, and Erica will be heading to Victor Creel’s house to investigate some stuff. However, things will get eerie down there and in one of the scenes sees Lucas is really scared of a figure in front of him.

Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair in 'Stranger Things' Season 4 (Netflix)


Nancy, Steve, and Robin will be together in Upside Down while Dustin and Eddie will team up to fight against Vecna in the Upside Down.

For Robin, it might prove to be a dangerous outing because she will be caught up in the vines, and Nancy, along with Steve, will try to get her out of those.

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There is absolutely no mention of the aforementioned character in the teaser trailer and it’s a shame that the series has side-lined them completely.

Nevertheless, the teaser trailer promises that the final two episodes will be hard to watch because someone prominent might die. Also, the final episode is 2 hours, and 30 minutes long, so it would be like seeing a full-blow movie. Grab your popcorn and enjoy the ride.

'Stranger Things' Season 4 Volume 2 will be premiering exclusively on Netflix on July 1. 

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