Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity will be available free for PC on the Ubisoft Store for the next week. The game’s publisher has made the game free to play to highlight the Notre-Dame de Paris as it is one of the many prominent landmark in the title. Ubisoft is showing its support by donating €500,000 (Rs 3.9 crore) to help restore the monument that was ravaged by a fire this Monday. The company also encourages people to donate for rebuilding Notre-Dame. Assassin’s Creed Unity was launched back in 2014 and the title was set during the French Revolution. One of the major in-game event takes place at Notre-Dame Arno Dorian, the protagonist, assassinates the Templar Silvert.
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