Mass Effect 3 players prefer male Shepard
BioWare reveals 82 percent of all gamers played male hero in spacefaring action RPG; soldier most popular single-player class.
BOSTON--Mass Effect 3 players prefer a male Shepard. As part of a PAX East presentation today, BioWare revealed that 82 percent of gamers played a male Commander Shepard in the game.
BioWare also shared a range of other statistics for Mass Effect 3 during the panel today. According to the developer's data, the soldier was the most used single-player class at 48.7 percent.
In addition, the developer said 64.5 percent of Mass Effect 3 gamers played Paragon, while the remaining 36.5 percent played Renegade.
The Mass Effect presentation is happening now. Additional information will be added as it becomes available.
Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email firstname.lastname@example.org