Alex from Modern Warfare joins CoD: Mobile via Season 2 Battle Pass

9 Mar, 2021 Gaming 78 0 Comment
Alex comes to CoD: Mobile

CIA’s special ops officer Alex from Modern Warfare will be joining the Cod: Mobile roster as part of Season 2 Battle Pass

Activision will be introducing Alex Mason from CoD Modern Warfare to CoD Mobile. This special operations officer will be part of the Season 2 Battle Pass coming this week.

About Alex in CoD: Mobile

Alex is an operations officer in the CIA’s Special Activities Division. In Modern warfare, he has been responsible for high-threat covert missions. The idea is to conceal his identity and association with the US government, hence he does not carry much weaponry or wear military uniforms.

Alex leads small teams, trained to infiltrate enemy lines and survive inhospitable conditions in hostile locations. In order to carry out his missions, Alex uses laptops, light machine guns, satellite phones and rocket-equipped combat drones.

Players might think of him as freeloader, who often needs to engage in unpleasant tasks. These are typically missions, where the US army, navy and air force would not be involved for political or legal protocols.

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Alex’s tasks and modus operandi

Alex’s mission profiles include countering insurgency, special reconnaissance and combating terrorism. Also in his to-do list are information warfare and anti-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

As he oversees covert operations, he does not have access cargo ships and larger scale equipment. Alex therefore adapts and improvises according to a situation. This includes him commandeering helicopters and captured Soviet-era aircrafts or local fighters.

And he has accolades to his name as well. Throughout 2017, Alex’s units played a key role in ensuring definitive victories against emerging terrorist networks.

SAD’s top-secret commandos are permitted to execute missions against enemies of the state, without consulting the Pentagon or White House.

Alex grabbed this duty through a presidential decree, enacted to allow for the killing of terrorists. Over his career, Echo 3-1 has been involved in multiple actions to assassinate enemy leadership.

With him in CoD: Mobile, it will be interesting to see how gamers utilize this apex operations commander to their advantage.

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