Since the release of Borderlands 3, Gearbox Software CEO Randy Pitchford has been supplying players with a steady stream of Shift Codes. Some of these expired within a matter of a couple hours, whereas others are available for a longer period. Now, Pitchford has released two new codes that players will find currently meet both of these criteria.

They were both released late last night, but one received 12 hours and the other 24 hours. This means that the first Borderlands 3 Shift Code will expire soon at 10 AM CT, but the other will not expire until 10 PM CT tonight. The first Shift Code is W9CTT-95KSJ-9CJK5-BJBB3-HSWC5.

The second code, the one that expires tonight at 10 PM CT, is K9WJT-35CSJ-953WK-BTJJB-HWC9C. Players will want to act quick either way, and get these codes claimed before they expire. It's worth mentioning, as they are seen in the tweets below, that this code initially had a typo claiming it expired at 10 AM CT. Pitchford did clarify this typo in a follow-up in hopes of clearing up any confusion for Borderlands 3 players.

Each Shift Code can be redeemed for 1 Golden Key either in-game or via the Shift Website. To redeem it in Borderlands 3, players will need to open the social menu, navigate to the shift code screen, put it in, and then claim their key in the mailbox (by tabbing to the right one more time.) Once they've done that, they can either hold them for a later date or use them on the Golden chest to get some free loot. It's also worth mentioning that the Borderlands 3 Anniversary event is underway, which currently involves increased legendary loot drops.

Of course, many BL3 players are looking beyond Golden Keys and the current event to the official Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest DLC event later this month. It will feature new enemies, a new map, new mechanics, the return of Captain Traunt as Captain Haunt, and a few other odds and ends as well.

Borderlands 3 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.