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The Crew: Mission Deep Sea Arrives This Summer

A new standalone The Crew adventure is on the horizon

This summer will see the release of The Crew: Mission Deep Sea from KOSMOS. A standalone sequel to the award winning The Crew takes players to the depths of the ocean in search of the land of Mu. The game is for three to five players, ages 10+, and plays in around 20 minutes. No MSRP as of yet but I’ll guess it should be right around $14.95 when it arrives in July.

From KOSMOS:

In the trick-taking card game The Crew: Mission Deep Sea, you and the other players are on the trail of a great secret. Do your best to lead the entire team to the destination. With each card, you dive deeper and deeper into the darkness of the deep sea. Have you completed another mission? Let’s go further!

In this highly-anticipated followup to the original cooperative card game — winner of the 2020 Kennerspiel des Jahres — players work together to search for the lost continent of Mu. This new adventure takes your crew deep down into the abyss on a search for the fabled sunken land. How far you get depends entirely on how well you work together as a team. Card by card, trick by trick, your search party will discover the challenges that lie ahead and forge a path to Mu. This new version of The Crew has the same innovative cooperative trick-taking mechanic as the highly lauded original game — but with some exciting new surprises!

While communication between your crew members is severely limited by your submerged state, it is also critical to your success; finding the hidden land in the murky depths depends not only on winning tricks, but also on carefully negotiating the order in which they are won. If things don’t go as planned, you might just be able to salvage the operation. But it will take near flawless execution and perhaps a little luck to finally reach Mu.

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