Ubisoft wants to make a virtual reality game based on the documentary made about the 2019 Notre Dame church fire.
According to the latest game news, Ubisoft in collaboration with the film company Pathe and ژانژاک آنو, French director is making a virtual reality game based on the 2019 Notre Dame de Paris fire. Of course, Notre-Dame on Fire is the name of a documentary made in IMAX format of this event and is expected to be released in March 2022 (March-April). In this documentary, we see how firefighters were able to contain the fire and prevent the destruction of this valuable historical monument.
Ubisoft is also known as Notre-Dame on Fire, and players take on the role of firefighters who were dispatched to the scene the night the cathedral caught fire. This VR game, along with the documentary, will be available to interested gamers in March. Interestingly, Ubisoft used a three-dimensional model of the cathedral in Assassin’s Creed Unity to create the Notre Dame building and simulate the escape of firefighters from burning environments.
Deborah Papyrnick“Ubisoft senior vice president told Variety:”[Notre-Dame on Fire] Just like any other escape style game, it’s more about solving puzzles [محیطی] And working with a teammate is for salvation. Your goal in the game is to [ازمیان آتش] Find your way to the church to find a series of antiques and put out the fire at the same time. “It’s your job to save Notre Dame.” You can watch the teaser teaser of the documentary Notre-Dame on Fire below.
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Of course, Notre-Dame on Fire is not going to recreate the documentary on stage in the form of a VR experience, and in fact, the goal of the game is to provide a different and more personal view of the incident and replace the firefighters who had to calm down in difficult conditions. Preserve themselves and rescue one of the most important historical monuments of France from the fire.
“We had access to the script for this documentary, and that gave the game-making team a very good view,” Epernik said. Of course, this does not mean that we have presented everything that is shown in the film in the form of gameplay. “Access to the script was more of a brain teaser for team members to use to make a video game adaptation of Notre-Dame on Fire.” It is not yet clear which VR headsets will be available to Notre-Dame on Fire.
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