The fire in Notre Dame Cathedral was a real shock for people from different countries, but for the French it is a personal, national tragedy. Several French companies volunteered to transfer funds for the reconstruction of the cathedral, among which Ubisoft can be noted separately. The French publisher has announced that it will not only donate an impressive amount of money to the restoration of Notre Dame Cathedral, but also offer players the opportunity to personally experience the great heritage of Gothic architecture.
Ubisoft will donate 500 thousand euros to the French government and urged all concerned people to make donations for the restoration of the cathedral. But that's not all the news. Fans of the Assassins Creed series will remember that Unity had the opportunity to personally walk around Notre Dame Cathedral. The developers meticulously approached the creation of a three-dimensional model of the interior and exterior of the cathedral and today launched the distribution of the free version of Assassins Creed Unity, so that as many players as possible can appreciate the scale and grandeur of the cathedral, albeit within the framework of a video game.
“When we created Assassins Creed Unity, we developed a close connection with this incredible city and its main attractions. And one of the most important elements in the game is the extraordinary atmosphere of Notre Dame Cathedral. Video games allow us to explore places in ways we never imagined. We hope that with this small gesture we will be able to give everyone an appreciation of our virtual respect for this monumental piece of architecture ”- commented Ubisoft.
Numerous gamers are also urging Ubisoft to share a 3D model of Notre Dame Cathedral, which Ubisoft artist Carolyn Miuss spent 2 years of her life creating.
The Topic of Article: Ubisoft donates € 500,000 to the restoration of Notre Dame Cathedral and gives away Assassins Creed Unity for free.