Ubisoft announces donation of half a million Euros for the reconstruction of Notre Dame Cathedral

Ubisoft announces donation of half a million Euros for the reconstruction of Notre Dame Cathedral

After the fateful fire that hit the historic Notre Dame cathedral, dozens of French companies have proposed to make donations to help rebuild it, including the Ubisoft. The company offered to donate the amount of half a million Euros and not being enough and in order to encourage more people to make donations for the reconstruction of the cathedral, it started offering from today (4/17) free of charge, the game Assassin’s Creed Unity for PC through Uplay. In this way, they give the opportunity for more people to get to know the cathedral and all its grandeur that was reproduced in the 2014 game.

In Assassin’s Creed Unity the player has the chance to know all the details of the virtual version of Notre Dame Cathedral, some even believe it to be one of the most beautiful renderings ever made in a game. Notre Dame Cathedral is known worldwide and has become an architectural landmark with all its beauty and style, becoming one of the most visited postcards in the country.

“Paris, 1789 – The French Revolution turns the magnificent city of yore into a place of terror and chaos. Its cobbled streets are flooded with the blood of commoners who dared to revolt against the oppressive aristocracy. As the nation divides, a young man named Arno embarks on an extraordinary journey, to expose the real powers behind the Revolution. Your search will take you to the center of a ruthless dispute for the fate of a nation, and turn you into a true Master Killer. ”

The game can be redeemed directly by UPlay or through this link until the day April 25 and as soon as it is added to your library, it will be yours forever.

Assassin’s Creed Unity was launched in 2014, available for PRAÇA, Playstation 4 and Xbox one.

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