Universal Orlando Resort announced the return of one of its most popular haunted houses for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights.
Stranger Things will return for Halloween Horror Nights 32, according to a statement issued by Universal Orlando on Thursday.
“You must band together with your squad if you want to resist Vecna’s gruesome curse,” reads a post from the park. “Take on the scariest season of Stranger Things yet.”
Last month, the park announced the addition of The Last of Us to it’s slate of haunted houses. Based on the popular Naughty Dog video game, the attraction is one of ten planned haunted houses for this year’s event, which kicks off beginning September 1, 2023.
The Stranger Things house will feature a showdown in “Vecna’s blood-red mindscape,” a scene made popular during season four of the series. The park says the attraction will feature recognizable elements from the series, including Eleven, a popular character portrayed by Millie Bobby Brown, who made a stop at Orlando’s Spooky Empire earlier this year.
For more information on this year’s festivities, or to read more about the additional haunted houses announced, visit the Halloween Horror Nights webpage.