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THE BUZZ: What is the most popular class in Mass Effect 3‘s multiplayer? How many matches end in failure? How much play time has been racked up? Find out the answers to all of that—and more—in these stats released by BioWare!

EGM’s TAKE: As the above graphic might be a bit hard to read, I’ve taken the liberty of writing down all of the stats provided in this info graphic that was sent out earlier today.

Danger Pay
83 billion credits have been earned in Multiplayer.

Not Everyone Survives
33% of matches end in a failed extraction.

Assault on the Senses
36% of all players go into battle packing an assault rifle.

Phantom Menace
2 million of the much-feared Cerberus Phantom assassins have been killed in multiplayer.

No Rest for the Wicked
Players have accumulated a combined 1,800 years worth of time playing multiplayer.

Soldering On
Soldier is the most popular class at 18%, followed by Vanguard at 17%, and Infiltrator at 16%.

Going for the Gold?
Less than 1% of all successful MP matches are on Gold difficulty.

Cold War
Firebase White (Noveria) is the most-played map. It is picked 36% of the time.

Arms Race
The most popular non-human race are Turians at 6.43%.

Above and Beyond the Call
The Battlefield 3 Soldier Kit has been used in 618,000 Mass Effect 3 matches.

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Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.

BioWare Releases Stats On Mass Effect 3’s Multiplayer

What is the most popular class in Mass Effect 3's multiplayer? How many matches end in failure? How much play time has been racked up? Find out the answers to all of that—and more—in these stats released by BioWare!

By Eric Patterson | 03/16/2012 04:33 PM PT

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THE BUZZ: What is the most popular class in Mass Effect 3‘s multiplayer? How many matches end in failure? How much play time has been racked up? Find out the answers to all of that—and more—in these stats released by BioWare!

EGM’s TAKE: As the above graphic might be a bit hard to read, I’ve taken the liberty of writing down all of the stats provided in this info graphic that was sent out earlier today.

Danger Pay
83 billion credits have been earned in Multiplayer.

Not Everyone Survives
33% of matches end in a failed extraction.

Assault on the Senses
36% of all players go into battle packing an assault rifle.

Phantom Menace
2 million of the much-feared Cerberus Phantom assassins have been killed in multiplayer.

No Rest for the Wicked
Players have accumulated a combined 1,800 years worth of time playing multiplayer.

Soldering On
Soldier is the most popular class at 18%, followed by Vanguard at 17%, and Infiltrator at 16%.

Going for the Gold?
Less than 1% of all successful MP matches are on Gold difficulty.

Cold War
Firebase White (Noveria) is the most-played map. It is picked 36% of the time.

Arms Race
The most popular non-human race are Turians at 6.43%.

Above and Beyond the Call
The Battlefield 3 Soldier Kit has been used in 618,000 Mass Effect 3 matches.

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About Eric Patterson

view all posts

Eric got his start via self-publishing game-related fanzines in junior high, and now has one goal in life: making sure EGM has as much coverage of niche Japanese games as he can convince them to fit in. Eric’s also active in the gaming community on a personal level, being an outspoken voice on topics such as equality in gaming and consumer rights.