Stranger Things fans spot heartbreaking detail about Will Byers in season 4

Warning: spoilers ahead for Stranger Things season 4 volume 1.

In Stranger Things season 4 volume 1, a year after the battle of Starcourt mall, the gang have all begun to appear more grown up than ever before as their lives lead in different directions.

Having left Hawkins, Indiana with his family and Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown), Will Byers (Noah Schnapp) was extremely excited for one of his best friends Mike Wheeler (Finn Wolfhard) to come visit them in California.

However, he ended up feeling ignored when Mike placed the majority of his focus on Eleven… which is made even worse by a realisation that several eagle-eyed viewers had after dissecting one of the episodes in detail.

In the second episode of season four, Eleven is targeted by bullies on a roller skating rink, one of whom is filming her in humiliating fashion as the crowd leers at her, dubbing her a ‘snitch’.

The camcorder reveals that the footage is being captured on March 22 1986 – which just so happens to be Will’s birthday.

In season two of Stranger Things, Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) mentioned that March 22 was Will’s birthday while trying to get through to him, after he had been possessed by the Mind Flayer.

The fact that Will’s birthday fell on the day that Mike came to California – with his friend pretty much ignoring him the entire time and failing to acknowledge his birthday – has left several fans heartbroken.

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What’s more, it’s led some to theorise that Vecna could target Will as one of his next victims, due to the immense sadness that he’s feeling by being left out.

Can we please just let Will be happy for once?!

Stranger Things is available to watch on Netflix. Season 4 volume 2 drops on Friday July 1.

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