Assassin’s Creed Unity is free of charge for this whole week due to the disaster recovery in the wake of the Notre-Dame cathedral fire. The accident has insipid many to act and help repair the damage, as Ubisoft donated $563K to the restoration project and also made Assassin’s Creed Unity free.
The historic landmark sustained fire on Monday, April 15th. Notre-Dame, the famous cathedral, was heavily damaged. Luckily, all of the treasures and cultural artifacts were saved from the fire, but the basilica was destroyed. Now, in the wake of recovery, the officials reported the following:
The 800 hundred-year-old Basilica sustained major fire and damage
The cause of the fire is still unknown and the officials are suspecting it is terrorism or arson, but it also could be electrical problems
Fifty people are thus far involved in the investigation
Approximately $1 Billion funds are so far donated to help restore the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris
The Notre-Dame cathedral is featured in the Assassin’s Creed Unity video game, which is set in Paris. The city and all its landmarks played an important part in the creation of the game, and this is why Ubisoft officials are feeling the need to help the restoration.
Assassin’s Creed Unity give away will last through the week and it is available via Uplay or the official Ubisoft Store. The game originally came out in 2014 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. It has quite positive reviews and in normal circumstances costs between $30 and $40, depending on the platform and the pack. So, this week you can enjoy the game with no charges so hurry up!