Ubisoft sympathizes with Notre Dame: donates 500,000 euros and gives Assassin’s Creed Unity

Enjoy a virtual tour of Notre Dame in the Ubisoft video game, which recreated it at a 1: 1 scale.

The fire of Notre Dame has hurt the whole planet, but it has done special damage in France and Paris, where the catastrophe has been experienced in the first person. That is why many French citizens and companies have mobilized to help rebuild what is one of the most characteristic symbols of the French capital. They have joined their most important video game publisher, Ubisoft. The creators of Rayman or Assassin’s Creed will donate half a million euros “to help with the restoration and reconstruction of the temple”, but their tribute to the cathedral has not been there.

With the aim of sharing the undisputed beauty of the building, Ubisoft wanted to temporarily give a copy of Assassin’s Creed Unity, in which its protagonist, Arno Dorian, can access each of its corners in which it has been, surely, one of the most faithful virtual reconstructions of the temple. As explained by Ubisoft itself, “in view of the devastating fire in Notre Dame de Paris, Ubisoft wants to give all players the opportunity to experience the majesty and beauty of the cathedral through Assassin’s Creed Unity on PC“.

How long can you download free Assassin’s Creed Unity? “From April 17 at 4:00 PM until April 25 at 09:00 (local time in Paris) you can download Assassin’s Creed Unity for free PC here, and you’ll have it forever in your Uplay game library.”  The gala editor has not hesitated to encourage “all those who want to help with the restoration and reconstruction of the cathedral to join Ubisoft to make a donation.” Today he has made sure that, by the documentation work of Ubisoft to nail the temple, Assassin’s Creed Unity could be key to rebuild the cathedral of Notre Dame.

Notre Dame burned last Monday. According to the first hypothesis of the internal investigation of the accident, it was due to an accident during the works of renovation and restoration of the building.

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