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'Assassin's Creed Symphony' concerts will also feature holograms

The tour begins this summer in Los Angeles.

This summer, Ubisoft and MGP Live will debut the Assassin's Creed Symphony -- a concert series bringing the game's soundtrack to stage. As the saga of Assassin's Creed plays out on screen, a live orchestra and choir will perform the score. The just-released trailer, which you can watch below, promises an "immersive experience," complete with holograms of your favorite characters.

Tickets are on sale now, but so far, only a handful of dates have been announced. In the states, you may have to catch the symphony in Los Angeles or San Francisco -- though Ubisoft promises it will announce more shows soon. While it's not unheard of for an orchestra to score a video game or film, this could be a way for Ubisoft to capitalize on all the work that went into its Assassin's Creed soundtrack, as well as another way for fans to enjoy the game.