‘Assassin’s Creed’ Symphony Brings Video Game History to Life
For the first time, developer Ubisoft and orchestral events company MPG Live are bringing the “Assassin's Creed” to life with a symphony tour of music from the game.
The new offering gives fans of the historic simulation a unique experience through the power of symphony orchestra. Gracing Paris before heading to San Francisco, Montreal, Dusseldorf, London, Italy and beyond, the “Assassin’s Creed” musical journey surrounds the game’s most iconic tracks from composers such as Jesper Kyd, Lorne Balfe, Winifred Phillips and Brian Tyler.
Played by a live 80-piece orchestra and choir in front of a giant HD screen with footage of the game, this symphonic experience tells a story which spans 10 years of cutting-edge gaming and multiple eras from the historically-inspired series.
In 2018, Ubisoft licensed the ultra-popular “Assassin’s Creed” property to land on tabletops in North America via two different contracts including Triton Noir’s latest board games and wine deals with Lot18.