Borderlands 3 fans that want to redeem all the shift codes that they possibly can will need to make it a daily habit. Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford has released yet another Borderlands 3 shift code for the popular looter-shooter, and those interested will need to act fast. Like many of the Borderlands 3 shift codes released by Pitchford, this latest one has an extremely short shelf life, and will only be available until later tonight.
The new Borderlands 3 shift code for October 19, 2019 will be active until 10pm CST. Like the other Borderlands 3 shift codes, it can be redeemed in-game or through the Gearbox Software website. Redeeming the shift code gets players a free golden key that can then be used to open the chest aboard Sanctuary. This chest contains legendary loot that players can add to their collection.
The new Borderlands 3 shift code for Saturday, October 19 is 5SCT3-ST69B-HWJW5-TTTB3-W5S6H. Again, it expires at 10pm CST, so anyone that wants to redeem it will need to act fast.
Saturday! SHiFT code for a Golden Key for Borderlands 3:— Randy Pitchford (@DuvalMagic) October 19, 2019
Active until 10pm CST.
Redeem in game or via https://t.co/qeoZfcyEO2 - Collect Golden Key from in-game mail in “Social” menu.
Happy Vault Hunting! pic.twitter.com/Wer4xYQbEo
While Borderlands 3 fans may appreciate a new shift code to redeem, others may be more anxious to learn about the looter-shooter's future. More specifically, the upcoming Bloody Harvest event. To date, Gearbox has yet to reveal concrete details about the Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest event, like its start day or time, and it looks like no news on that front is coming today.
However, it appears as though the Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest event is actually being wrapped up into the five-week anniversary celebration. This means that Borderlands 3 fans should be able to expect the Bloody Harvest event to kick off by the end of the month, and last about a week.
In the meantime, even more substantial Borderlands 3 post-launch content is in the pipeline. We know that the first Borderlands 3 DLC episode is expected to launch by the end of the year, so fans should have some new story content to go through within the next few months. A reveal could come any day, though we expect to learn more about Borderlands 3's DLC episodes at some point after the Bloody Harvest event.
Borderlands 3 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, with a Stadia version also in development.