Schell Games has released stats for various quirky player accomplishments in I Expect You to Die 3: Cog in the Machine

I Expect You to Die 3: Cog in the Machine released last month to critical and fan acclaim and to celebrate Schell Games has released a fun set of player accomplishments, which can be found below. Schell Games has also released a trailer showcasing a few of the game’s best moments, which you can view above. In case you missed our review, we had a blast with I Expect You to Die 3, stating, “I Expect You To Die 3: Cog in the Machine is a great VR experience. It’s incredibly tactile while still remaining convenient and easy to play.”

Today, Schell Games shared a set of quirky player accomplishments for I Expect You To Die 3: Cog In The Machine, the third installment of the award-winning spy-themed VR puzzle series. Following the threequel’s launch for Meta Quest platforms and SteamVR this summer, Agents worldwide have sought to foil Dr. Zor and Dr. Prism’s plans to save the world from robot domination, achieving the following feats:

*To date, The Agency has logged 818,000 deaths and counting.
*52,000 Agents died thanks to a particularly peppy batch of explosive vodka.
34,000 Agents were bested by the car’s ejector seat.
24,000 Agents were defeated by a bear’s laser focus.
57% of Agents were able to complete all six missions; however, only 4.3% of Agents could do so with all of the side objectives.
By a long shot, the most popular special outfit is black satin gloves paired with a fedora. 

I Expect You To Die 3: Cog In The Machine plunges players into a world of espionage, gadgets, daring puzzles, and hilarious ways to die. Agents travel to action-packed locales and use their telekinetic abilities to foil the plans of Zor, Dr. Prism, her sidekick Robutler, and an array of robots. Save the world today by diving in on the Meta Quest Store or Steam for $24.99 USD.

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