During the production of Annaud’s Notre-Dame on Fire film, he reached out to Ubisoft to help him bring this complimentary experience to life.
“He knew that we had a special attachment to Notre Dame,” says Deborah Papiernik, Ubisoft senior VP new business and strategic alliances.
Ubisoft is no stranger to working with the cathedral, as a detailed model of it appears in Assassin’s Creed Unity and in its short immersive VR experience Notre-Dame de Paris: Journey Back in Time.
As reported by Variety, this one-hour experience will take players through the events of April 15, 2019, when flames nearly destroyed Notre-Dame.
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