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The VNC Tower is a major landmark in Villedor's Garrison district, and the tallest building in the city, and one of the tallest in Europe, at a height of more than 350 meters.[1] The tower was completed in 1959 and owes its name to its primary occupant, the Villedor News Corporation. It also housed the offices of several other major companies, including Dynamo Cars.

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Construction of the iconic VNC Tower building was completed in 1959 amid the economic boom that followed World War II. Its primary resident was the company for which the tower is named, the Villedor News Corporation. It also serves as the headquarters of many corporate powerhouses besides, most notably the Dynamo Cars Factory and the iconic fast food chain Queenbuns.

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Broadcast[]

Help Jack Matt and the Peacekeepers in activating the radio relay on the VNC Tower to spread the Peacekeeper recruitment message across Villedor.

Last Will[]

After being mortally wounded during the expedition in the VNC Tower, Leon asks Aiden to bring his wife, Cyra a farewell letter.

Wall of Valor: Missing in Action[]

Cyra, after obtaining the dog tags from the rest of the 404 Peacekeeper unit, asks Aiden to retrieve the dog tag from her husband Leon.

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  1. Two right triangles which share the elevator shaft as a side can be created using the following measurements to give the true height of the VNC tower. The distance to the 8th floor safe area while standing in front of the elevator keypad at roof level is 310 meters. The distance to the 8th floor safe area while in the same position (i.e. in front of the elevator keypad) but on the 8th floor is 15 meters. The distance to the 8th floor safe area in the same position but on the ground floor is 44 meters. Using Pythagorean theorem twice we get: the first triangle at (44^2)-(15^2)=1711 whose square root is 41.36, and the second triangle at (310^2)-(15^2)=95875 whose square root is 309.63, then 309.63+41.36=350.99, the true height of VNC tower.
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