I've got mixed feelings on Civ 6's victory conditions. None of them apart from the religious victory really feel like I've indisputably "won" so to speak. One victory I've hated in every Civ game however is the time limit victory. Nothing feels less satisfying than the game just stopping apropos of nothing and declaring one side the bestest evaar. I never even come close to reaching the time limit but still, just the thought of it being there, the thought that MAYBE it could be triggered, it drives me nuts. But, I can just turn it off right? No skin off my nose, I'll just disable it and I'll never have to deal with it again... well, the game doesn't seem to agree. Even when I explicitly turn off the time victory the in game clock still says I have X/500 turns to win. So... what? Is this just bugged? If I reach 500 turns will the game just stop even though I specifically told it not to or is the timer just their for giggles? Why doesn't the timer go away even when I disable time victories?