A virtual reality escape game puts players at the heart of the action during the Notre Dame fire

This photograph taken on Aug 19, 2021 in Paris, shows a giant crane outside Notre-Dame Cathedral, which was partially destroyed when fire broke out beneath the roof on April 15, 2019. — AFP

What if you stepped into the boots of one of the firefighters present during the fire of Paris’s Notre Dame cathedral? That’s the concept behind a new experience being created by Ubisoft.

The French video game giant has teamed up with director Jean-Jacques Annaud and film production and distribution company Pathé for a unique virtual reality escape game. It’s set to release this March on the occasion of the release of the film Notre Dame On Fire.

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