Stranger Things season 4 part 2 character deaths

New Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 Trailer Hints At Character Deaths

Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 lands in less than two weeks, and a brand new trailer for the Netflix series seems to suggest Eleven’s friends in Hawkins might not survive to see season 5. The two-minute-plus, full-length trailer is filled with ominous messages and a foreboding vibe that strongly hints a happy ending is not in the cards this time… at least not for all the main characters. So, who will die in season 4 part 2?

Which character deaths will be in Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2?

Stranger Things Season 4 Part 2 is right around the corner, and it promises to tie up the various threads that were left dangling at the end of Season 4 Part 1. A brand new, full-length trailer now offers fans an idea of what they can expect from the seasons’ last two episodes, and it’s not good. When we last saw Eleven and the Hawkins’ crew, the former had regained her powers, while the latter had learned more about Vecna and were preparing to battle the big bad and rescue Nancy from the Upside Down.

But if the new trailer’s menacing messages are to be believed, not everyone will make it out alive. Dr. Brenner kicks off the bad news with a warning for Eleven: “Your friends are not prepared for this fight. Hawkins will fall.” A scared Will seems to agree, telling Mike, “He’s not gonna stop… not until he’s taken everyone.” And Robin’s not sounding particularly confident either. “I have this terrible feeling… it might not work out for us this time,” she shares with Steve. Of course, if all that doesn’t signal certain death for at least one of our favorite characters, Vecna himself puts a bow on it with a definitive sounding, “Your friends have lost.”

On the plus side, we do see Murray kicking butt from behind a flamethrower and Kate Bush continues to comfort fans, as her revived hit, “Running Up That Hill,” plays over the entire trailer. All that, and we only have about week and a half before the final two, feature-length episodes drop. Here’s hoping Hawkins — and our young heroes — make it to the closing credits.

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