|Birth place||San Diego, California|
|Rank||Sergeant First Class|
|Appearances||Ghost Recon Wildlands|
If things go wrong and you are caught in crossfire, Sergeant First Class Rubio "Midas" Delgado is the partner you want by your side. He’s not only a skilled mechanic and a vehicles specialist, he’s equipped with some seriously heavy weaponry, making him the perfect choice for intense assaults.
Born in San Diego, California, Rubio Delgado grew up in a religious family. He has strong Latin-American roots, as his father was originally from Honduras and his mother was born in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Rubio almost became a priest, but he decided to leave the seminary and join the army, where he became a Ranger specializing in Military Intelligence. His deep knowledge of Latin America helped him during operations in Colombia, Peru, and El Salvador. His career achievements led to his position with the Ghosts at age 29.
Midas is an expert in Latin American politics and culture, which gives him a unique insight into the drug trafficking of the region.
Loud, boisterous, and aggressive, Midas is in a constant state of unrest. His deep religious roots make him the most emotional member of the team; he tends to care a little bit too much about everything. He feels like he’s being driven by a higher power, and regularly attends church and gives spiritual counseling to fellow soldiers. He’s happily married with four kids and he’s been Holt’s best friend for ten years.
He preferred using the Super-Shorty as a backup wapon.
Before he was recruited into the Ghosts, he once went on an "extracurricular" activity because he felt it was right. He traveled to the Middle East to help liberate Yezidi captives from ISIS.
When the convoy was stopped at a checkpoint, he shot the ISIS soldiers and drove the captives back to safety.
Midas is one of the four Ghost characters in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. It was confirmed at Gamescon 2016 that players would have complete character and weapon customization options.
During in game banter Midas reveals that he's going through a divorce, and mentions a fellow Ghost whose wife divorced him and took everything except a single chair.