It's the kind of project that makes me okay with the existence of the Assassin's Creeds of the Ubisoft world -- without those mega franchises and their continuous sequels, Valiant Hearts and the recent string of poor selling but amazing Rayman titles might not exist.
Still, I hope this game can find its audience. It's out on June 25 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. This video, the first in a series of developer diaries, covers the art lead by Paul Tumelaire as well as the emotional, personal story Ubisoft Montpellier hopes to tell.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Valiant Hearts: The Great War