- "A skilled tracker who loves the Old West and strongly adheres to his own rules regarding right and wrong. Served with the legendary Col Moschin paratrooper regiment in Italy before being selected to join Warcom."
- — In-game biography.
Sergio Sulla, also known as Morte, is a Warcom operator of the Coalition faction featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone. Morte was released on September 8, 2020 during the Season Five of content for Modern Warfare as part of the Morte Operator Bundle.
Biography[edit | edit source]
As a young boy, Sergio grew up in Il Repubblica Italiana watching films that his fellow countrymen produced and directed: spaghetti westerns.
Inspired by these fictional heroes, the man who would call himself the Italian word for “death” – Morte – made it his destiny to become a lawbringer of justice. That involved a personal search for his interpretation of right and wrong, as this mercenary wanted his own moral code to properly correct injustice, no matter the mission.
His incredible gunslinging skills, akin to the rangers he idolized, and true grit earned him service with the legendary “il nono” – the 9th Paratroopers Assault Regiment Col Moschin, or “Col Moschin,” the short name for this special forces unit recognized around the world.
After spending two years training to be in the regiment and participating in multiple operations, Warcom offered Morte a place among the multi-national Coalition force.
He accepted the offer, but only on two conditions: he brings along his faithful sidekick Tuco, a red-tailed hawk, and he provides his own uniform.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Morte means "Death" in Italian.
- On the barrel of his bundle's Mk2 Carbine Saguaro blueprint, the word LEONE could be read alongside .45-70. This is a further homage to Italian western film director, Sergio Leone.
- The name of his hawk, Tuco, is a homage to Leone's movie, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.