Modern Warfare’s next operator is played by an Italian singer :
“Being a character in Call of Duty has always been a secret and impossible dream of mine,” said Rovazzi. “There are no words to describe the excitement of the opportunity to give my voice and my appearance to an operator.”
Inspired by Italian-Western films of the 1960s and 70s, Sergio “Morte” Sulla has a cowboy hat and a suitably wild backstory. Heralding from Salerno, Sulla was a kid with a passion for Western films and a “dream of becoming a law enforcer”. He instead ended up in juvenile jail for being a little over-zealous from defending locals from bullies, before enlisting in the special forces and serving in Iraq and Libya. Apparently even this didn’t suit him, and so he ended up as a Warcom operator.
This appears to be the first time Infinity Ward has used a famous face for an operator in Modern Warfare, so perhaps the studio plans to do more celebrity tie-ins in future. My money’s on Geoff Keighley.
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