(Re)-Introducing Alex: Call Sign Echo 3-1 gets ready for his next covert mission.
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Brother (by Hadir)
Mate (by Kyle Garrick)
Overwatch (by General Shepherd)
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019)
Task Force 141 Member
Warcom Unit Member
CIA Operations Officer (formerly)
Special Activities Division Member (formerly)
Delta Force Operator (formerly)
United States Army Officer (formerly)
Defeat the Al-Qatala.
Destroy Barkov's gas factory.
Stop Victor Zakhaev (both succeeded).
Type of Hero
Big Good Special Agent
|“||Then who is? Because someone needs to light this fire and someone needs to kill Barkov... and you can't do both. I've been on assignment my whole life. This... is one I believe in. Give me the order.||„|
|~ Alex to Farah on sacrificing himself.|
|“||Let's get evil.||„|
|~ Alex in the season three intro cutscene.|
"Alex", also known as Echo 3-1, is one of the main playable characters in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019), a reboot of the original Modern Warfare series. He is also a playable character in Call of Duty: Warzone upon the launch of season three, and Call of Duty: Mobile, and appears as a featured character in the comics.
Alex is an CIA officer who joins Farah Karim's rebels to stop the Al-Qatala, and learn who stole the Russian gas from his failed operation. Alex returns the season three pass and in Call of Duty: Warzone, being a member of the Coalition and its unit, Warcom, and later a member of Captain Price's team, Task Force 141.
He is voiced and motion captured by Chad Michael Collins.
The operative known as "Alex" joined the United States Army in his youth, and rose through the ranks, and later joined Delta Force.
Joining the CIA
Alex surrendered his rank, his service to the United States Armed Forces, and communicating to his family to join the CIA's Special Activities Division (SAD). Alex went through multiple identities during his career, and worked with small teams to deal with terrorist groups and hostiles. He was trained in languages, combat, demolitions, and other techniques to deal with hostiles and enemy forces. Alex worked with Kate Laswell, whom he had a close partnership with, and continued his services before the start of the series.
Alex and Marine unit led by officers call signed Hitman, went on a secret operation in Verdansk to secure a shipment of Russian gas from General Roman Barkov. Alex and the team succeeded in collecting the gas after dealing with Spetsnaz, who were hired by Barkov, but were ambushed by insurgents. Wounded, Alex was pulled out of the car and heard the insurgents realize that they were attacking American soldiers, and left with the gas. Alex survived and informed Laswell that the gas was stolen, and was extracted by the CIA.
Alex was then sent to Urzikstan to the U.L.F. to help them find out who stole the Russian gas, and met their leader, Farah Karim. Farah and her brother, Hadir, agreed to help him re-collect the gas if he stayed and help them take over Barkov's airbase. First, Farah and Alex sabotaged Russian helicopters and their occupation. Later, Alex, Farah and Hadir destroyed Barkov's airbase with the aid of RC planes and a gunship, and cause the Russians to have limit air capacity in that area.
SAS Captain John Price and Sergeant Kyle Garrick, who stopped the Al-Qatala terrorist in London, sweep a terror cell house and find the location of the Al-Qatala's leader, The Wolf. Alex worked with the United States Marines and Marcus Griggs to capture The Wolf, and brought him to the U.S. Embassy so that he can be retrieved by the SAS. However, the Al-Qatala's second-in-command, The Butcher, launched an attack at the Embassy, leading Alex and the group to hide in the basement until they receive aid from the SAS.
The group were saved by Price and Garrick, and the latter helps retrieve the keycard from the Ambassador's assistant, Stacy Davidson. Alex was placed in sniper position as Price, Farah, Garrick, Hadir, SAS and military officers held their ground against the Al-Qatala's forces. The group were overrun, as the Al-Qatala succeeded in breaking out the Wolf, and attempted to escape from Urzikstan. Alex worked with Farah and Hadir at the Highway of Death to intercept The Wolf, as Price and Garrick went door to door to find him.
At the Highway of Death, Alex uses Hadir's sniper rifle to kill soldiers who were using motors and vehicles to attack. During the battle, Russian forces attacked the Al-Qatala, and Hadir revealed that he stole the Russian gas, using it on the battlefield. Alex and Farah nearly die from the gas, but survive with the use of gas mask, as Hadir tells Alex to explain to Farah why he used it, and leaves. Afterward, Price and Garrick rescue Alex and Farah, with the rebel commander shouting for Hadir.
Alex and Farah are brought to Laswell, who explains that Hadir was recovered by the Al-Qatala with the Russian gas. Alex, Price, Farah and Garrick are given executive authority to kill The Wolf, and capture The Butcher and Hadir. The team go to The Wolf's compound, and Price gets information from a civilian that he is underground at his teahouse. Alex and Farah go down to the tunnel, but are separated when an explosion goes off, leaving them in The Wolf's den. Despite the separation, Alex and Farah kill The Wolf, and disarm the bomb strapped to him.
Despite killing the Al-Qatala's leader, The U.S. declares Farah's forces hostiles, much to the team's disapproval. Alex defies Laswell's orders and states that he staying in Urzikstan with Farah's forces, much to her surprise. Alex stayed there as Captain Price and Garrick captured The Butcher in St. Petersburg, and captured Hadir at Barkov's estate, and gain information on the general's gas factory. When Price and Kyle came to Urzikstan, he gave Farah the information, and decided to work with them to end the general.
Alex and the team assaulted the gas factory in Georgia, and are assisted by Laswell with a helicopter, and Nikolai with explosions. Alex and Farah advance to the main furnace to set their explosions, as Price and Garrick advanced to the pipelines to set their explosives. During the battle, Alex's detonator was damaged when being attacked by a juggernaut, and decides to sacrifice himself and let Farah get her revenge on General Barkov. Alex succeeded in setting the charges, and is thanked by Farah before they are detonated, as Barkov was killed by the rebel commander. Alex's fate is left unknown, though he is presumed deceased due to the destruction of the factory.
Alex managed to survive the explosion at the factory, but lost his left leg in the process. Afterward, Alex got a prosthetic leg, and since he was charged with desertion for defying his orders, Alex remained in hiding until Price needed him to come back. Alex became a member of the Coalition, and joined it's branch, Warcom to assist Simon "Ghost" Riley in Verdansk. Alex later became a member of Task Force 141, a team tasked with stopping threats which is led by Price himself, and assisted the captain in stopping Victor Zakhaev's plans.
|“||Meet your maker.||„|
|~ Alex when performing a takedown/finishing move.|
|“||Out like a light.||„|
|~ Alex when performing a takedown/finishing move.|
A wounded Alex after the ambush.
Alex speaks to Farah and her rebels.
Alex in Urzikstan.
Alex with Farah, and her brother Hadir.
Alex and the group find that The Wolf has been rescued by the Al-Qatala.
Alex with Price, Farah and Kyle, upon getting executive authority from Laswell.
Alex voluntarily stays to hit the explosives so Farah can kill Barkov.
Alex looks at Farah one more time before his sacrifice.
Alex going to set the explosives.
Alex with the group on the "thank you" photo.
Alex in the season three intro cutscene.
Alex with Task Force 141.
Alex with Farah, Price, Gaz, Ghost, and Nikolai, having stopped Victor Zakhaev.
Alex in Call of Duty: Mobile.
Alex in the Mobile comics.
- He has multiple tattoos on his arms.
- There was a theory that Alex is Simon "Ghost" Riley:
- Reasons are because we don't know his real name, and he surrendered his military rank when joining the CIA.
- It's has been debunked due to Ghost appearing in the season two pass, and the character being voiced by Jeff Leach.
Alex is one of four playable protagonists within the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign and is the tier 100 prize in the Season Three Battle Pass on multiplayer and Warzone. A key character in the campaign, Alex operates withing a C.I.A Special Activities Division, which sees him embedded in Urzikstan to fight alongside Farah Karim in their Liberation Force.
But so much of his identity eludes us. So really, who is Alex? And is Alex still alive? Is Alex actually Ghost, or Roach? Here’s everything you need to know about the new and mysterious Call of Duty Modern Warfare character.
Who is Alex in Modern Warfare?
Alex is often responsible for being the exception to the law and political barriers, operating behind enemy lines and in inhospitable environments, such has been common with many characters in the past. Very rarely is Alex left as a courier, but rather a leader of small teams trained with heavy weapons such as Snipers and Assault rifles. He adapts Hadir’s Sniper Rifle throughout the campaign, better known as the HDR in multiplayer.
We first see Alex in the mission Verdansk Operation, where he leads a team to secure a shipment of Russian chlorine gas from Russian General Roman Barkov. After securing the gas, they were ambushed by an unknown force, who leave Alex wounded and the accompanying Marine’s dead whilst setting off with the cargo.
Within the campaign, Alex is left frustrated at the limitations of the higher offices, and elects to stay in Urzikstan and fight in the liberation alongside Farah, with whom he has formed a close friendship with. After finding out that Hadir has stole the gas and set it off in defence to ‘The Wolf’s’ troops, Alex and Farah are rescued by Captain Price and Sergeant Garrick, who then team up again. After Price and Garrick hunt down Hadir, they reveal the location of Barkov’s gas factory in Russia and head as a unit to destroy it and end Barkov’s rule.
In the final mission, Alex and Farah are left in charge to plant and detonate explosives that would ultimately blow the factory to pieces and kill Barkov along the way. Once they are ambushed by a Juggernaut to whom Alex kills, the detonator is damaged beyond repair, leaving manual detonation as the only option. Alex volunteers to detonate this, realising that Farah has more importance to her regime than Alex does. A reluctant Farah agrees, and watches Alex run back through the furnace before moving on to chase Barkov. You see Farah kill Barkov on board his ex-fil helicopter, and the explosions triggered throughout the factory, leaving Alex presumably dead.
"I'm not getting out of here. Let's do this" - Alex's last words in the Modern Warfare campaign
Is Alex Alive?
Yes. Alex was presumed dead by fans, although we never saw his dead body, which in true Call of Duty style means that he is in fact, alive. Speculation of him being alive turned to fruition with the introduction of Season Three, where Alex featured on the trailers and has become able to use as an operator, confirming his status as Alive.
Is Alex Ghost?
In a cut scene after the credits, Captain Price and Chief Laswell discuss the establishment of Task Force 141, who have been fundamental to the Call of Duty Modern Warfare storylines. Included within this is Sergeant Kyle ‘Gaz’ Garrick, John ‘Soap MacTavish’ and mysterious ‘Simon Riley’. Riley comes with no information and no image. We know Simon Riley as ‘Ghost’ as one of the most beloved characters in other Modern Warfare campaigns and this led to speculation that Alex could be Ghost. Keeping Alex’s death under the radar from Laswell with a completely new identity, the theory that Alex is Ghost was very viable. But with the emergence of Modern Warfare’s multiplayer Season Three came the truth that Alex was alive and well, disproving this theory. In a cutscene for the Season Three trailer, you see Ghost stealthily working his way around Rust, and communicating with Captain Price as to whether he had back up that “better be good”. With a headshot to one enemy, Ghost takes down the second, to look up and see Alex alive and well, still sporting Hadir’s Rifle. With a prosthetic leg for his troubles in The Furnace, Alex communicates with Ghost which completely rules out any theory that one could be the other. Ghosts true identity hidden once more; knock yourselves out theorists, you’re in for the long haul.
Is Alex Roach?
Did you know Cockroaches can grow their legs back…?
Another beloved character within Modern Warfare is Gary ‘Roach’ Sanderson, who we see in Modern Warfare 2 as part of Task Force 141. Although he is ultimately killed by Shepherd in the most monstrous betrayal, Roach was integral to the MW2 campaign and won the hearts of many CoD fans.
After the disproving of Alex being Ghost, there were many hints dropped that Alex could be Roach. With Roach being a term for a cockroach, many theorists found that Cockroaches have similar abilities to Alex. The ability to regain legs being one, with a prosthetic robotic leg being used by Alex. A further similarity is that Cockroaches can survive nuclear blasts, correlates to Alex surviving the explosion of the Russian gas factory. There is also a cockroach gun charm that can be equipped in multiplayer. This is enough for speculation to arise that Alex could be Roach and that we will continue to see himself and Ghost work together, leading up to the catastrophe that is their deaths.
This, of course, is just speculation as there are no hard facts about Alex’s identity and role within future Call of Duty’s, however it certainly makes sense.
How to play as Alex in multiplayer.
Alex can be unlocked by purchasing the Season Three Battle Pass. With five variants of outfits, Alex sports a full headset gear until you reach tier 100. There you will be able to use an outfit that reveals his full face. You will unlock his base outfit with the purchase of the Battle Pass and can unlock all of his variants through higher tiers. This means he can be used in multiplayer, or in Warzone.
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