Humanity played Mass Effect 3 for over 8,000 years

Mass Effect 3 infographic highlights player decisions

March 25, 2013
Mass Effect 3

EA and Bioware have released some statistics regarding the community’s playthroughs of Mass Effect 3, and there are some pretty interesting numbers.

The infographic revealed that 82% of players chose a male Shepard to tackle the campaign, while the game’s single-player sucked up 88.3 million hours worldwide (8,625.6 years)

Another interesting percentage is that of the Paragon vs. Renegade stat. 64.5% of players went with the Paragon route, which means that more than a third of us have an evil side.

The stats also highlight that 10.7 billion enemies have been killed in Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer.

Check out the numbers for yourself:

Mass Effect 3 infographic

Mass Effect 3 infographic

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