The new Stranger Things Season 4 Teaser seems to be on the official YouTube channel

A new weird video uploaded to Stranger Things’ official YouTube channel seems to be making fun of something related to Season 4 of the Netflix show. It’s been nearly two years since Season 3 of Netflix’s Stranger Things, and the official release date for Season 4 isn’t visible. , Bullying continues to develop. This time around, Stranger Things’ YouTube channel features a new video related to the Hawkins National Institute, which was featured extensively in the first season of the show.“Due to technical issues, the Hawkins National Laboratory will be closed until further notice,” the video description states. “The service will resume tomorrow at 9 am (Eastern Standard Time).”

When you watch the video, you’ll see what looks like a bottom-up view of seven TV screens. A strange opera song plays over almost a two-minute video, and in some cases the entire screen flashes the video feed. The content displayed in the feed will gradually darken.

At first, it looks like a video of a children’s playground in the lab, or at least an area decorated with comfortable chairs, rainbows, and so on. As the video progresses, you’ll see chess pieces on the table, followed by a bloody eight-ball. Then one of the screens flashes what looks like the floor of a bloody room.It’s unclear what this means. His whereabouts are unknown, but it probably has something to do with the still-living hopper. Maybe it’s about another kid with 11-like abilities who escaped from the lab in a bloody way. For now, we just have to wait and see.

In the meantime, read this story about the release of the “huge” backstory happening in Season 4 related to Hopper, and then this story about Stranger Things Season 4 adding Robert Englund to the cast. Please check. Catch up on our thoughts on the latest season of the show in the subsequent IGN Stranger Things Season 3 Review.

Wesley LeBlanc is IGN’s freelance news writer and guide maker.You can follow him Twitter @LeBlancWes..


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