Gearbox has offered a holiday gift to Borderlands series fans by releasing a new Shift code that grants free Diamond, Golden, and Skeleton Keys across various games in the franchise. This gesture arrives as a follow-up to a previous Shift code giveaway in November, offering another opportunity for players who might have missed out previously.
At its core, Borderlands gameplay has always centered around looting, with a focus on constantly acquiring better gear. Shift codes and the resulting Keys serve as an extension of this, offering players the chance to obtain powerful weapons that might outshine their current arsenal. The randomness inherent in Borderlands loot is a significant part of its appeal, with players eager to discover whether they’ll obtain exceptionally potent weaponry or more unconventional arms.
This SHiFT code gives free Skeleton Keys and Golden Keys for Wonderlands and Borderlands 2, TPS, 3, and a DIAMOND KEY for BL3:
Also – you have 2 weeks to redeem in game or at https://t.co/Spvl73Wl9V before 1/4/24.
Good luck and… pic.twitter.com/GOMWqwWz22
— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) December 21, 2023
The latest Shift code was shared on Twitter by Randy Pitchford, the CEO of Gearbox Entertainment Company, in celebration of the holiday season. By entering the code “HX63J-TCXKB-33BTJ-TBBJJ-FTB5H” either in-game or on the Shift website, players can claim Diamond, Golden, and Skeleton Keys across various titles in the Borderlands series. The code is valid until January 4, 2024, offering a window of time for players to redeem it and acquire the keys at no cost.
Upon redeeming the Shift code, players can use the respective Keys in different locations within the Borderlands games. For instance, Diamond Keys in Borderlands 3 can be utilized in the Diamond Armory, while Golden Keys in Borderlands 2, The Pre-Sequel, and Borderlands 3 are usable at their respective Golden Chests. Additionally, Skeleton Keys in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands can be redeemed at the Skeleton Chest in Brighthoof.
While fans appreciate continued support for previous Borderlands titles, the anticipation remains high for a potential Borderlands 4. Though the game has yet to be officially announced, recent spin-offs like Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands and New Tales from the Borderlands hint at a commitment from publisher 2K to keep the franchise alive. Given the series’ enduring popularity, gamers eagerly await news about the next mainline entry, hoping to learn more about its development and potential release window.