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New ‘Borderlands 2’ golden key shift codes and t-shirts now available (Photos)

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Gearbox Software has revealed another set of golden key shift codes, as well as several new t-shirts, on Jan. 18 in regards to their recently-released multiplatform title, “Borderlands 2.” The new apparel from the online retailer, Shop Gearbox, are priced at $20 each and expected to be released in the first week of January. You can check out some images of the t-shirts, in addition to some screens from the open-world cooperative role-playing game, in the slideshow at the top of this article. The new golden key shift codes, which will stay active until Jan. 21, can be found below (courtesy of the official Gearbox Software Facebook page):

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A fresh batch of SHiFT codes for a Golden Key in Borderlands 2, coming right up!

PC / Mac SHiFT Code: KTKB3-TCZC5-9W6JT-BJBTB-6ZHTS
Xbox 360 SHiFT Code: K3CT3-WZRS5-9HRJX-KRJ33-39XCC
PlayStation 3 SHiFT Code: KTW33-XWFK3-WWKK3-S3CBB-9JJCR

These codes will be active through January 21. Be sure to redeem them before then!

Gearbox Software is the studio behind the development of “Borderlands 2,” which was published by 2K Games. The latest video game from the “Borderlands” series came out for the PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 on Sept. 18, 2012 in addition to the Mac platform on Nov. 20 of the same year. You can purchase the title in the following link: “Borderlands 2”

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