Assassin’s Creed Unity – which is set during the French Revolution – features a faithful recreation of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
Along with the two front-facing towers – which remain standing after a devastating fire on Monday – are stain-glassed windows, statues, and the now-destroyed spire. You can also roam around the inside of the historic structure.
Unity – which came out in 2014 and is the first Assassin’s Creed to only be released on next-gen consoles – is a technically impressive game, despite issues at launch. The architecture is stunning, the scale is massive, and the city feels teeming with life.
One streamer, Freak Artisan, went back and explored Notre Dame in Assassin’s Creed Unity. It’s probably the single-most iconic landmark in the game. You can watch their video below:
Ubisoft has announced that they were donating 500,000 euros for the reconstruction of the iconic French cathedral and giving away free copies of Assassin’s Creed Unity in the hopes of getting fans to donate as well.