Volume 2 is approaching, here are the first images

Today, June 14, 2022, Netflix released the first images of the volume 2 of the Season 4 of Stranger Thingswhich includes the last 2 episodes written and directed by the Duffer brothers.

Pictureslisting at this linkare 6 and show new settings and clips of the final episodes, as well as our much loved protagonists.

The closing events of Stranger Things 4 will be available in all countries where the streaming platform service is active, on the first day of July. The manufacturer of the series intends to close in a big way, bringing good news even for the most avid fans of the brand: episode 8, in fact, will have a duration of 1 hour and 25 minuteswhile the final episode, 9, will last 2 hours and 20 minutesfor an epic season finale of almost 4 hours.

Six months have passed since the battle of Starcourt which brought terror and destruction to Hawkins. As they deal with the consequences of what happened, the protagonists split up for the first time, and the difficulties of high school don’t make things easier. In this particularly vulnerable time comes a new and horrific supernatural threat along with a gory mystery that, once solved, could put an end to the horrors of the Upside Down.

While we look forward to the official release of the final events of Stranger Things 4 volume 2, at this link it is possible to view possible theories on the season finale and, as if that weren’t enough, for fans of the franchise who want to (re) assemble the puzzle. of the lore, it is also possible to read a summary, in order to obtain an accurate reconstruction by points.

Or, for those interested in seeing the route of the volume 1 from a different point of view, at this link you can read the review of the first part of Stranger Things season 4

Created by the Duffer brothers, Stranger Things is produced by Monkey Massacre Productions And 21 Laps Entrartainment with i Duffer brothers serving as executive producers, along with 21 Laps Entertainment’s Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen, Ian Parterson and Curtis Gwinn.