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Virtual Visit of Notre-Dame Based on Reconstitution From ASSASSIN’S CREED: UNITY Gets New Trailer

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Virtual Visit of Notre-Dame Based on Reconstitution From ASSASSIN’S CREED: UNITY Gets New Trailer

Although it's still not clear when the most visited monument in Paris will re-open, Ubisoft has released yet another small extract from its VR experience based on the Notre-Dame model from Assassin’s Creed: Unity.

Thankfully, you don't even need a special VR headset to enjoy Notre-Dame de Paris: Journey Back in Time, as the French publisher and developer has uploaded it to YouTube in the form of an all-new interactive trailer.

According to Ubisoft, this breathtaking 3D reconstitution of Notre-Dame was the result of "5000 hours of detailed graphic work, guided by historians. Adapted from on this acclaimed model, the virtual visit offers multiple point-of-views, some of which were inaccessible to the public, and ends spectacularly with a hot-air balloon flight over its arches, in a lively environment of Paris in the XVIIIth century."

It's worth remembering that Paris-based Ubisoft was one the very first companies that have pledged money towards the costly reconstruction of the severely damaged symbol of European culture, donating €500,000.

With the 800-year-old cathedral still being closed to the public, explore its beauty via this interactive trailer:


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