Assassin’s Creed in-game photo exhibition to take place in London

‘She really captured the exposed viscera in this piece…’

Many open-world games now feature a Photo Mode, allowing for player’s to unleash their inner-David Bailey and create some really cool still images. Well, Ubisoft plan to progress this a stage further, by holding a one-day exhibition to showcase shots captured within Assassin’s Creed: Origins.

The “Time Travel” exhibition, which will take place tomorrow at London’s Hospital Club, will display in-game photography captured by “leading Instagram travel photographers,” who were tasked with shooting the best stills they could of the game’s lavish Egyptian setting. Each photographer was limited to picking just two final images for exhibition.

“The ACO ‘Time Travel’ photo exhibition is the perfect way to celebrate the launch of game and showcase some of the most beautiful in-game pictures ever captured from a videogame,” said Ubisoft UK’s Digital Manager Sam Conisbee. “It’s been an absolute pleasure working with four of the most talented travel photographers, and they’ve truly brought Assassin’s Creed Origins to life through this exhibition.”

If anyone is in the area and fancies checking out the images chosen for presentation, the Time Travel exhibition will be open from 10am until 5pm tomorrow, Friday November 3, entry is free.

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Chris Moyse
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