Activision's upcoming shooter Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare has officially gone gold, developer Infinity Ward announced on Twitter. The developer revealed the news via its official Twitter account on 25 September just days after giving anxious gamers an in-depth look at the game's multiplayer mode including the shooter's new Combat Rigs system, custom weapons, gameplay modes and industrial sci-fi aesthetic.

"We've gone gold!" the development team ecstatically announced in a tweet. "Excited for our upcoming MP Beta and all the optimizing we can do for launch with your gameplay data."

In the game development, "going gold" means the main development has been completed and the title is ready to be sent for disc manufacturing and distribution. The announcement is also seen as a good indicator that the game is officially on schedule and is not likely to experience any delays.

Activision also recently unveiled a new trailer showing off the game's upcoming campaign mode as well as the first in-game footage of two of the campaign's stars: Game of Thrones star Kit Harington as villain Admiral Salen Kotch of the Settlement Defence Front and UFC Fighter Conor McGregor as his subordinate, Captain Bradley Fillion.

Last week, Activision announced that the Infinite Warfare multiplayer beta will go live on PS4 a week before it does so on Xbox One, kicking off on 14 October at 10 am PST and ending at 10 am PST on 24 October. Xbox One players will be able to jump in on 21 October at 10 am PST.

The beta will be released exclusively for consoles, but not for PC players, despite the fact that the game will be released for all three platforms. Players looking to get access to the beta will have to pre-order the game from a participating retailer.

Activision said more details about the beta and its content will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is slated for release on 4 November for PS4, Xbox One and PC.