A few weeks ago, Opera presented its new Opera GX, and today we have it with us. It is available in advance access, but its final release will take place at the end of the year. Anyone who reads “gaming browser” will be curiously stung, so do not postpone the explanation. The key of Opera GX is in its design and additional functions. It is a browser that offers a control panel to define the performance of the CPU and the RAM that is dedicated to it. This possibility will draw attention to any advanced computer user, because only players are interested in reducing RAM; also to any professional that depends on this precious resource.
“A game may need a lot of computer resources.” Even more if it is used in parallel with the transmission, “says Maciej Kocemba in the press release, and continues:” Before Opera GX, players often closed The GX Control function, that’s why the games run more smoothly without having to give up other activities on the web. “
In addition, Opera GX has Twitch integration, that apart from allowing the user to log in from the browser, it notifies us when a user we are following has connected. Then there is the GX Corner: a space that brings together “news of games on the web, offers and information on the latest releases.” Interestingly, one of the highlights is that GX will have sounds devised by the Berlinist band. What is not lost is the functionalities that the conventional Opera browser already presents. If you want to take a look at the Opera GX proposal, you can download it here.
Apparently, the browser is open to changes, and Opera will be attentive to the comments of the players. What does not seem possible is that despite being a “browser gaming” will come to offer incentives for the game by streaming, as proposed by Google with Stadia.