When success happens, sometimes game companies want to share fun statistics with its players. In an email sent to The Nerd Stash, sent by Fortyseven Communications, the PR firm that has worked with EA for Jedi: Survivor, has detailed to us the most popular hair, lightsaber stances, and more in Respawn’s latest Star Wars game. You can also see all the stats on EA Star Wars’ social media platforms (seen below).
The stats are not current, but what has been released was calculated as of May 5, one week after the game was released. These stats started by listing the most popular stances in Jedi: Survivor. Single took first place with 31%, then going down the line: Dual Wield (29%), Dual Bladed (25%), Blaster (8%), and Cross Guard (7%). People mostly preferred the crew cut and short beard when it came to people’s biggest pick for a hairstyle and bear combination. When it came to people’s lightsaber blade preferences, white was the number one choice.
When picking a difficulty setting, most went for the middle difficulty setting, Jedi Knight (52.5%). Jumping to the easiest, 14.5% of players played on Story Mode, and then 15% preferred the step above it with Jedi Padawan. For people wanting a challenge, a respectable amount chose the one difficulty option above Knight, with 14% playing Jedi Master. Only a few brave souls chose the hardest option, Jedi Grand Master, with a measly 4%.
Beyond Most Popular Hair and Stances in Jedi: Survivor; Gameplay Stats
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It was not always what was most popular in Jedi: Survivor, but what players did over time in the galaxy far, far away. When it came to getting killed by enemies, 489 people fell to Rick the Door Technician and over 9 million people became Rancor food. When it came to killing, 2.8 million enemies were defeated. Other stats included 861,000 times people unclogged Greez’s toilet, 11.5% of players found Cal’s poncho, 3.2 million bounties were collected, 15 million seeds were planted in the garden, and 8.3 million Holotactics rounds were won. Ending the information delivered, 100% of players loved Turgle, which we certainly don’t need to fact-check, for it is an obvious fact.
Jedi: Survivor was released with some bugs and problems across its platforms. Despite a rocky start, the game has been received well across the board by critics. It is an 84 on Opencritic. For our official review, David Rodriguez gave it 5/5 stars.