The devastating fire that hit Notre Dame Cathedral brings the French gaming company to open its heart and wallet with a financial contribution to repair the damages - as well as a distribution of its popular title where the historic building can be freely impressed
Assuming that you have not spent the last few days in an underground bunker without any connection to the outside world, you have probably witnessed the dramatic documentation of the Great Fire at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, which caused the collapse of the famous tower and further extensive damage.
The fire was extinguished after hours and with minimal casualties, and many wealthy architecture and history enthusiasts rushed to declare that they would contribute to the massive repair and restoration efforts now underway for the building created somewhere in the 12 century and now an integral part of the skyline of the French capital - and now also joining To this impressive unity show when Ubisoft Announces the contribution of 500,000 to Euro Recovery efforts And gives us all the opportunity to see the structure again in all its splendor. Digitally.
The Assassin's Creed Unity game, launched in 2014 and set in the days of the French Revolution, features a spectacular version of its loyalty to Paris in the 18 century, with the famous cathedral to be explored both inside and outside. At this point, this virtual version has become the most effective and authentic way to enjoy the historic site, it seems, when the French developer and distributor want to allow this to the maximum number of people around the world - And announce a week-long free download for the title. All it takes is an account Uplay Active and installation of the platform companion application for game play.
There were rumors and reports that the advanced documentation was based on it UviSoft To create the cathedral in Assassin's Creed Unity will serve as a technological foundation for the real-world structure's restoration efforts, though as of now, the Gaming Company's official announcement does not address this issue or possibility. Even if it doesn't happen in the end - this is another illustration of the tremendous evolution of video games over the past two decades, from the era of basic 2D pixels to the state where they can be considered a substitute for reality and the real world.