Tribes of Midgard Shift Codes Explained - Where to Find and Redeem Codes, What You Should Know ASAP
Gearbox is bringing back Shift Codes from Borderlands into Tribes of Midgard
After a long delay, Tribes of Midgard will finally be out later today on PS4, PS5, and PC (Steam) – and just like with Borderlands games, publisher Gearbox plans to implement Shift Codes to help out players in their adventure.
- RELEASE TIME – When is Tribes of Midgard coming out?
What are Shift Codes in Tribes of Midgard?
Shift, officially stylized SHiFT, is a system Gearbox initially launched several years ago for the Borderlands series. It’s a special rewards system for fans, which mainly includes in-game cosmetics, and gameplay-related items. Shift codes are 25 characters long, and can only be redeemed once per player.
Moreover, note that you technically need to be over 18 years to use the Shift Code function. Last but not least, it’s important to note Shift codes, like many code systems, expire over time. When you see one, you’d better redeem it as soon as you can, or you’ll lose the rewards. And speaking of redeeming Shift codes here’s how you do it.
How to find and redeem the latest Shift Codes
The first thing you need to do is creating a Shift account here. You should be able to sign-up in-game when playing Tribes of Midgard as well. You’ll need either an active Xbox Live Gold membership, a PlayStation Network account, or a Steam account. (Note that Tribes of Midgard isn’t on Xbox).
Needless to say, since the game technically isn’t even out yet as I’m writing this, there are no shift codes to redeem yet. However, Gearbox should be publishing some via the @tribesofmidgard official Twitter account and Facebook.
You should especially keep your eyes open these next few days, as Shift codes should be published for milestones related to the game’s launch. You should also follow @Gearbox and the @SHiFTstatus Twitter page.
- CROSS SAVE, CO-OP – What you need to know on Tribes of Midgard multiplayer
More on Tribes of Midgard
Tribes of Midgard is a top-down view hack and slash releasing this July 27. The game mixes survival and rogue-lite elements and can be played solo or in co-op with 2-10 players. It has eight classes and a crafting system as well. There are two global play modes: a Saga mode which is a predetermined, session-based mode, and a Survival mode where you’re free to fully customize your experience and see how far you can reach.
Tribes of Midgard is developed by Norsfell, an independent studio based in Canada, Montreal. Initially set for a 2020 release, the game was delayed in the past. Despite looking so ambitious, this is actually the studio’s first game ever being released. A content roadmap was already shared, going up to January 2022.