On June 11, 2019, Ubisoft will bring its biggest franchise to life through a new, concert-style performance. Something that is said to be an “immersive symphonic experience,” which will allow fans of the Assassin’s Creed games to experience them in a new way.

The Assassin’s Creed Symphony‘s debut performance will coincide with E3 2019, and will take place at Hollywood’s acclaimed Dolby Theater. It will showcase the games and their music, through the use of symphonic musicians, choir members and visual effects.

“We’re excited to partner with MGP Live to offer Assassin’s Creed fans a brand new experience to celebrate the series they have enjoyed playing over the last decade,” said Hinde Daoui, Live Entertainment producer, Ubisoft. “It’s always a pleasure to work with other entertainment industry leaders such as MGP Live who have a successful track record in introducing symphonic music to new audiences while bringing the sights and sounds of internationally renowned entertainment brands to life.”

“We are honored to partner with Ubisoft on this innovative multimedia project. We are approaching this production with passion and a sense of mission,” said Massimo Gallotta, CEO of MGP Live. “Our aim is to create concerts for all generations and let the power of music, which speaks every language, talk to the heart of gamers. We immediately felt Assassin’s Creed had the potential for a unique symphonic experience because of the diverse cultural influences in its iconic soundtrack. We love that this concert is opening up symphonic music to a new generation of fans.”

Following their Tinseltown debut, the musicians will then go on the road and perform throughout the world, including stops in Montreal, Paris, London and Milan. More dates are also expected to be announced at a later date.

Those with interest can purchase pre-sale tickets for the Assassin’s Creed Symphony on December 7th, provided that they’re Ubisoft Club members. The public will then be able to scoop up passes starting on December 10th.

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