Assassin’s Creed is rebuilding Notre Dame, 2019 style
The burning down of the iconic Notre Dame has gripped the whole
So by now, we all know about the fire incident that occurred in France. Notre Dame Cathedral, an 800-year-old building was completely engulfed by the fire flames. The building was immensely important to the French culture and unfortunately, the fire severely damaged the building.
According to the French media, ” Everything was burning and nothing will remain from the frame.” The building’s spire has fallen and the roof has collapsed.
The incident shocked and saddened people all around the world who wanted the rebuilding efforts to start as soon as possible
Several repair funds have been initiated for this very purpose.
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Assassin’s Creed: Unity offered to help in the rebuilding efforts. The video game is set in Paris, 1789 and features a near-perfect recreation of the Notre Dame cathedral
According to reports, the 3D maps from the game will play a role in restoring the cathedral. The company behind the popular video game, Ubisoft, is eager to offer their services as best as they can.
The artist of the video game Caroline Miousse revealed that Ubisoft’s version of the cathedral was the biggest building in the game and she had spent literally years on the details of the building
It is said that the artist has worked with the texture artists to ensure that the building was replicated as it is.
People are excited and they already feel like that they are part of the entire effort
They were happy to see how video games have proved to be helpful for all
A few attested that this idea will definitely work as the game was incredibly detailed
They even said they had the same thought about Assassin’s Creed being the perfect option to help rebuild
Overall, everyone thanked the game for being a helping hand
Let’s hope that the masterpiece of French architecture gets restored to its former glory.
So, what do you think about all this? Do you think this idea will actually help? Let us know everything in the comments below.
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