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Danish News Channel Accidentally Uses Assassin's Creed Image Of Damascus

Posted on Monday, March 11 @ 13:10:08 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Danish news channel TV2 has mistakenly used footage from Assassin's Creed when reporting on the current conflict in Syria. The news outlet used the game's digital representation of a 720 year-old Damascus.

Jacob Nybroe, the channel's head of news, confirmed that the image projected behind news anchor Cecilie Beck was in fact from Ubisoft's incredibly popular time-traveling franchise. Knowing that, it certainly does make the photo above look quite humorous.

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