BioWare has released a fantastic infographic for Mass Effect Legendary Edition, detailing all kinds of stats and statistics based on the choices players have made across all three remastered games.
Please note that some of these stats do refer to potential story spoilers.
It makes for a really interesting read, especially if you're already familiar with the adventures of Commander Shepard. Speaking of, male Shepard is still the most popular lead, with 68 per cent of players choosing to be a guy. As for character classes, Soldier is still number one, with 40 per cent of players opting to bolster their weapon abilities. And to be fair, Adrenaline Rush is really, really good.
Elsewhere, a whopping 94 per cent of players managed to save Wrex on Virmire in the first Mass Effect. And Kaiden still isn't as popular as Ashley, who continues to be the most saved squadmate with a 60/40 split.
Onto Mass Effect 2, Mordin is apparently the least likely squadmate to survive the suicide mission. Meanwhile, Garrus is that same mission's top survivor. Priorities, people!
As for matters of galactic importance, a huge 96 per cent of players cured the Genophage in Mass Effect 3. You call yourselves Renegades?!
You can find the full graphic below.
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