Anyone who reads a newspaper will know that one of the highlights was the fire, that shook the iconic cathedral of Notre Dame, whose repair costs will be millionaires, regardless of the time it can take.

To reconstruct certain parts of the structure for more than 800 years old Cathedral, dozens of builders and architectures will examine photos and videos in detail to build the cathedral in all its glory, and they will need all the help that is provided.

This combination of pictures created on April 16, 2019, shows a view (L) of Notre-Dame Cathedral’s steeple taken on December 9, 2018, and the same view as it is collapsing during a fire on April 15, 2019. The last photograph was taken in the aftermath of the fire, on April 16, 2019. – Shards of stained glass from priceless medieval windows, and a gaping hole above the choir area where the spire crashed down: daylight reveals the extent of damage at Notre-Dame cathedral on April 16 morning as firefighters put out the last smouldering remains of the fire.

According to the British unilad site, the title Assassin’s Creed: Unity by Ubisoft could be used as a supportive element to recreate the missing parts. The 3D models of the game will undoubtedly play a key role in the restoration.

Caroline Miousse, one of the main artists of Assassin’s Creed: Unity, commented to The Verge years ago, that it had taken years for the studio to design and finalize the details of Notre Dame Cathedral, as this was the largest and most detailed structure of the game.