Blizzard has announced that Overwatch’s 32nd hero Echo, the final character for the game until Overwatch 2, is now live on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One after a new update.
Echo is a versatile robot fit for fitting into pretty much every job in spite of being a Damage character. She conveys a ton of likenesses to saints like Genji, Mercy, and Pharah, making her an annoying elevated master that can trim down the shields of the bulkiest Tanks. Also, her definitive capacity, Duplicate, lets her copy the moveset of any adversary legend in her sights. As such, she’s never constrained to her own arms stockpile of stunts.
In spite of the fact that Echo denotes Overwatch’s 32nd hero, she likewise makes for the game’s seventeenth Damage character. This implies 53% of Overwatch’s list is harm centered. Snowstorm knows about this difference, saying that more Support and Tank legends are in transit. Be that as it may, these should hold up until Overwatch 2 comes out.
Game chief Jeff Kaplan said that Echo is “the last legend coming to standard Overwatch” until the continuation, which right now doesn’t have a discharge date. It’s booked to hit Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, however, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X forms still can’t seem to be affirmed. Some Overwatch 2 substance, for example, characters and maps (in addition to other things), will hop over to the first game.
The principal new legend for Overwatch 2, Sojourn, was uncovered back in November 2019. While she’s showed up in past Overwatch cinematics for Anna and Winston, Blizzard presently can’t seem to uncover more data about her. What’s more, however, she was uncovered for Overwatch 2, she will be playable in the standard game also.
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