The lights are on
Mass Effect 3 has only been available for 10 full days, but players have already spent a cumulative 1,800 years in the multiplayer mode.
You can click the image above to see a larger version to take a closer look, but some of my favorite stats are, "less than 1% of all successful multiplayer matches are completed on Gold difficulty," and, "33% of matches end in failed extraction." I actually would have thought the latter statistic would have been higher, but maybe I am just terrible at Mass Effect 3's multiplayer.
Click here to check out our review of the game.
Email the author Kyle Hilliard, or follow on Twitter, Google+, Facebook, and Game Informer.
This is awesome, I recently started playing multiplayer and it's awesome!
Pretty good multiplayer considering it's new to the series.
The multiplayer mode is a lot better than I thought it would be. I was afraid that it would be something that would feel like a slapped-on afterthought, but it actually fits Mass Effect pretty well. Still haven't graduated past Bronze, though, but I haven't had much time to play.
83 billion credits? The Illusive Man can make a small personal army of Shepards....