Reverberation likely has the most one of a kind Ultimate in Overwatch, as it permits her to transform herself into a duplicate of whoever she focuses with it. As one would expect, the Ultimate at that point awards Echo the entirety of the capacities of the individual she replicated, including their Ultimate. What’s more, this Ultimate — while in the hands of Echo — has an expanded charged rate.
On this, when Echo effectively duplicates somebody, Overwatch actually regards her as that legend. So she additionally increases the entirety of the peculiarities the legend may have. For example, a few characters in Overwatch can construct their Ultimate amidst enacting it. So when Echo duplicates them, she can as well.
Basically, this implies Echo can join two whacky attributes: her quickened charging of duplicated Ultimates, and the character idiosyncrasy of building a Ultimate while utilizing it. The aftereffect of this unholy combination permits Echo to conceivably wrench out a few duplicated Ultimates with simply the enactment of her one.
LukeTheNinja12 uncovered this stunt on Reddit a couple of days prior. His post includes a video displaying a portion of the characters that Echo can’t accomplish numerous Ultimates with —, for example, Widowmaker — and a portion of the ones that she can, for example, Mei.
Anybody new to how “A definitive structure” stunt works may locate what’s happening in the video to be somewhat hard to see, so here’s the once-over: Certain characters have the ability to charge their next extreme while actuating their present. They simply must have the option to land a hit during the movement, ideally an execute.
For Mei’s situation, directly as she tosses out her Blizzard Ultimate, she can assemble her next by shooting somebody with one of her icicles. Successfully, she can build up her next extreme while utilizing her current.
This accurate situation happens in Luke’s video. Since the game treats Echo as Mei while changed, she can play out this stunt as well, yet at a quickened rate. So while tossing down her duplicated Blizzard, Echo shoots Mei in the head, which promptly allows Echo a subsequent Blizzard.
From the outset, the stunt may appear to be foolishly broken, however it’s in reality quite hard to perform. The client needs to fulfill an assortment of conditions to make it work, which can be hard in the center of a warmed game. Be that as it may, not good enough for anybody on an inappropriate finish of it in the event that it succeeds. Regardless of whether Blizzard will nerf her over this remaining parts concealed.