Assassin’s Creed Unity maker Ubisoft, which recreated the Notre Dame Cathedral in its 2014 game “Assassin’s Creed Unity” has pledged $565,000 in its restoration efforts. The Paris-based video game publisher said Wednesday that it will make its virtual rendition of the cathedral available to those involved in the rebuilding of the church. Plus, they’re also making “Assassin’s Creed Unity” available free to players on PC for the next week. “As the smoke clears on the events that unfolded on Monday at the Notre-Dame de Paris, we stand in solidarité with our fellow Parisians and everyone around the world moved by the devastation the fire caused. Notre-Dame is an integral part of Paris, a city to which we are deeply connected. Seeing the monument in peril like this affected us all,” said Ubisoft. Read more for a virtual tour of Notre Dame in Assassin’s Creed Unity.
“Ubisoft is headquartered in Montreuil, a suburb of Paris, and has studios throughout the world including in Montreal, Toronto, San Francisco, Malin, Barcelona and Shanghai. It took the game company’s designers 14 months to create the interior and exterior of Notre Dame Cathedral for “Assassin’s Creed Unity,” which is set in 18th century France,” reports USA Today.