Want to keep track of your session time on GeForce Now? Then take a look at this article where we have explained how you can check the time left on your session.
GeForce Now allots a time period for every player for every connected session. The time limit is only for the ongoing session. There are no limits on how many sessions you can start in a day. So it is better to just start a new session before the time is up, to prevent losing your progress in a game. But, how can a player know how much time is left of a session? The answer is pretty simple actually. Continue reading the article to know everything about the time limit on a session on GeForce Now.
How to check the time left on session on GeForce Now:
Usually, when your Geforce Now session approaches the time limit, a timer is displayed at the top of the screen. The timer will replicate a count-down for your convenience. Well, it can be a bit distracting at times! The time limit depends on your GeForce Now subscription tier. Players can also use GeForce Now for free. But the session limit will be 1 hour. With a paid subscription, the session time can be increased drastically.
For keeping track of the time limit, there isn’t much a player needs to do. As mentioned earlier, when your session is about to end, a timer will be displayed at the top of the screen, counting down the remaining time. However, you can also use a shortcut to check the session time left on GeForce Now. To do that, press ‘Ctrl + G’ on your keyboard. You should see the session time that you are left with while playing on GeForce Now.
In the last five seconds, the counter will take up your entire screen and you will be kicked out of the session. If you haven’t saved your progress on a progression-based game, you will lose all the progress you have made in that session. Many users seem to be bothered by the timer displayed on the screen. There is no way to remove the timer. And realistically, it’s a good way to be prepared for the session to end. And remember, you can always just start a new session and continue playing on GeForce Now. So, as soon as the timer end closes in, save your progress and start a new session. It’s as easy as that!