The video doesn't really say what kind of hero class she'll (it?) be, but I'm guessing the community wouldn't say no to a new support hero rather than another stunner again.
"An evolutionary robot programmed with a rapidly adapting artificial intelligence, Echo represents the cutting edge of technology", the description reads. We got a look at what Echo will offer teams when she joins the fight as a new Damage hero. "All I wanted. all I needed. was to help the world". It will be interesting to see how she interacts with the rest of the heroes in Overwatch and how her abilities will complement the others in-game. Check out Echo's origin story short below. Without the scientist, Overwatch was hesitant to keep Echo in operation and placed her in quarantine.
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As Blizzard tweeted, Echo represents the "cutting edge of technology" and was created by Dr Mina Liao, one of the six founding members of the worldwide task force Overwatch, and also the one responsible for building the omnic robots. Echo straight-up replicates the form of an enemy hero for a limited time - meaning she has all of their moves - and she can quickly generate energy for that clone's ult. Echo can't replicate an opposing Echo, and her cloned state isn't a "disguise" - it's clearly marked. You can apparently even catch a sight of Echo on the payload in the Route 66 map. And while we can't be sure, it does seem like Dr. Liao is no longer alive. Echo's Ultimate, though, is where the real fun begins.
"We think when she comes into the game, it will be a completely different version of Overwatch".
Unfortunately for those wanting tank and support heroes to be here soon, the wait goes on, but at least we know they're coming.