Alexandre Julliard, CodeWeavers staffer and Wine hacker today announced the Wine 5.10 development release with some more exciting work.
They've continued progressing Vulkan support for WineD3D, there's the beginnings of a separate Unix library for NTDLL, more glyph substitutions in DirectWrite, support for DSS private keys, ARM64 fixes and other various bug fixes included.
Something bigger came with Wine 5.10 though too, as they also mentioned it has better support for anti-cheat kernel drivers. That's going to be the big one if it's possible to get working properly. Anti-cheat as a whole is the Achilles heel of Wine (and so Steam Play Proton too), as it's often the cause of Windows games being unable to work on Linux through the compatibility layer so it's pleasing to know more work is going on.
As for the noted bug fixes they marked down another 47 as solved. Our usual info applies: some of the bugs they've said are fixed were actually done a while ago and only recently got some re-testing. These include problems solved for: Sniper Elite V2, Sniper Elite 3, Zombie Army Trilogy, StarForce v3, TrackMania Nations ESWC, mouse issues for multiple titles were sorted and lots of fixes directly mentioning Denuvo Anti-Cheat.
See the release notes here for Wine 5.10.