Damien Hypolite, who by day works for Sciences et Avenir, is, suffice it to say, an Assassin's Creed fan. Assassin's Creed Unity is Ubisoft's latest AC game, one which sets the main character in Paris in the late 1700s. Ubisoft was working on the game for over 4 years, and you can see how much time and effort went into the creation of the world you explore.
In comes Damien Hypolite, who has decided to really show us just how close Assassin's Creed Unity is to the real thing.
So Damien printed out screenshots of the famous locations that Assassin's Creed Unity recreates, then attempted to join them with the real buildings as you see above! The result? Pretty damn awesome!
The guy simultaneously shows us how beautiful Paris is, and also how in depth video games can be. While AC Unity does feature a condensed version of Paris, it does include a lot of its most famous landmarks and the areas around them!
He didn't pick the best day to do it on did he? Considering all the images are so sunny! But I do love the raindrop effect...
The picture above shows off the Bastille, which is destroyed during the events of the game! Amazing how much a city can change in over 200 years. Obviously this square doesn't look anything like it used to. Such history.
What do you guys think of his idea? Do you wish that Paris would look like it did in the 1700s (without the revolution thing going on obviously)? Is this art? Let us know in the comments! For more on AC Unity, you have got to check out these hilarious glitches!