Do you extinguish the Notre Dame fire in virtual reality? Ubisoft is preparing the video game

Ubisoft has entered into a collaboration agreement with Pathé to develop a virtual reality video game based on Notre Dame on Fire, an IMAX-recorded docudrama by Jean-Jacques Annaud. The company responsible for Far Cry 6, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction will put players in the skin of firefighters who battled flames at Notre Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019.

Deborah Babernick of Ubisoft said Jean-Jacques Anoud knew they had a “special relationship” with Notre Dame. “I guess that’s why he called us. I don’t think I would have seen [a nadie más], he said in a statement to Variety. The first talks took place in 2021, so they were aware that time was limited and that it was not possible to create a full video game.

Notre Dame Cathedral in Assassin’s Creed Unity.

Save our lady from the fire

This is an experience where you have to solve puzzles and collaborate with your teammates. “The idea is to enter the cathedral to search for relics and fight the fire, because we have to save Notre Dame [antes de que acabe el tiempo] Ubisoft designed the product with scripts for the documentaries in hand. The goal is for it to be released at the same time as the movie, ie in March 2022.

“It’s Notre Dame, it’s Paris and a French film, but it’s a producer for the whole world,” Babernick recalls.

The cathedral was first depicted by the French company in Assassin’s Creed Unity, a title given at the time of the French Revolution. To do so, the studio faithfully reproduced this architectural work, which after the fire was reminiscent of what some rooms looked like before the flames engulfed them, all through an interactive experience launched in September 2020.

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