Mass Effect 3 turns one, offers stats and weekend challenge

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By on March 10, 2013 at 1:31 pm

Mass Effect 3 is celebrating its one-year anniversary in style. Operation Lodestar has been in effect for a few days, and offers three tiers of rewards; extract to receive a commendation pack; extract on silver difficulty or higher against all four factions to earn two commendation packs and a special banner; and extract on platinum difficulty against all four factions for three commendation packs and the banner. The operation has been in effect since Citadel launched last week and finished on March 10, US time, so you have until tomorrow to participate in what may be the final weekend challenge.

To mark the occasion, BioWare has released an infographic detailing some interesting statistics from the GON-editorial team’s face shooter of choice. You can see the full thing at this link, but here are a few highlights: The N7 Destroyer and Turian Ghost are the most popular kits. Soldier, Engineer and Vanguard classes are used most frequently. 41% of missions fail, and 46% of Collector missions fail. The highest N7 rating is over 30,000. I … still have some way to go.

Source: BioWare Blog

3 comments (Leave your own)

Two of the platinums down – Cerberus and Geth. Not looking forward to Collectors, oh no.

 

And I’m still waiting for an all-in-one ME 2 before I buy 3. Damn you EA, I will not participate in your DLC shenanigans.

 
steve_rogers42

Engineer ftw.

man i wish more of my mates had picked this up… they are long time massEffect haters tho, eeeediots

 
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