Ubisoft Calls Out French Speakers to Do Voice Over in Assassin’s Creed: Unity

By   /   Jul 12, 2014

Ubisoft wants your voice in its upcoming Assassin’s Creed: Unity, the studio has announced at its Official Weblog.

In a recent blogpost at Ubisoft’s French Blog, the studio calls out all French speaking gamers in a new competition dubbed as, ‘The Voice of the Revolution.’

The competition invites players to answer various questions regarding the French Revolution using text, image and video, followed by pasting it on Twitter using the hastag #lavoixdelarevolution.

The studio will then select five winners who will have the opportunity to do the voice-over in Ubisoft’s recording studio in Paris for Assassin’s Creed: Unity.

The chosen ones will not only get their travelling expenses, but also receive Assassin’s Creed: Unity Guillotine Edition on platform of their choice.

Encouraging more French speakers to take part in the competition, Ubisoft has also announced that 15 participants will receive Assassin’s Creed: Unity T-shirts, Phrygian cap, and a guillotine.

Check out Ubisoft French Blog for more information!

In related news, Ubisoft has launched a new interactive website which allows players to dress up the game’s protagonist Arno in any way they want.

After dressing up your character, you will be asked to sign-up and will have a chance of seeing your customized Arno to appear in next Assassin’s Creed: Unity TV trailer.

Assassin’s Creed: Unity is slated to release on Oct. 28, 2014 across Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.