BioWare’s Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is released back in May and provided a remastered take on the original trilogy (with numerous improvements, of course). Given the extensive amount of choices, it would be interesting to see what choices the majority of players made throughout. An official infographic denoting just that has been released by BioWare and provides some rather interesting stats. Spoilers follow so be warned.
Right off the bat, 32 percent players went with FemShep while 40 percent started with the Soldier class (Vanguard came in second at 21 percent). Interestingly, only 13 percent of players went for Ruthless as their psychological profile – Survivor and War Hero were pretty much neck and neck. When it came to the Virmire survivor in Mass Effect 1, 60 percent went with Ashley.
Thankfully, 94 percent ensured that Wrex also survived. When partaking in the Suicide Mission in Mass Effect 2, Garrus was the most likely to survive followed by Jacob and Grunt. An overwhelming 80 percent also chose peace on Priority: Rannoch in Mass Effect 3. BioWare also hilariously noted that 100 percent of players spent “way too long looking for the last Keeper which they SWEAR they scanned already” in the first game.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition is available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. For more details, check out our review here.