A horrific fire destroyed on Monday the famous Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, although the Cathedral, including the two main towers, was not damaged, but much of the cathedral collapsed before firefighters could contain the fire.
French President Emmanuel Macron pledged to rebuild the famous cathedral, and said in a French chant: “We will rebuild it together.”
One possible source of assistance in these efforts is the famous video game “Assassin’s Creed Unity” 2014 version, which takes place in Paris, clearly showed the cathedral detail more than once.
As detailed in an article published in 2014 on the site The Verge “I made some other things in the game, but 80 percent of the time I spent on Notre Dame,” said Caroline Mussier member of the game developer team, who spent two years looking for details of the cathedral to create as accurate a picture as possible in the game.
Cathedral is the focus of the game, where players can explore it from the inside and outside, Assassin’s Creed “The detailed reconstruction of historical places, and Notre Dame Cathedral is no exception.
Andrew Webster wrote from the site the verge about the game “The pictures came out perfectly in line with the architecture, and I worked with artists and creators to make sure that each part was the same as reality.”