CodeWeavers, the company the sponsors the Wine project and employs multiple of the developers has announced the release of their CrossOver 21.0 release.
CrossOver is a helpful application that helps you manage installing Windows applications and games across Linux and other platforms (macOS / ChromeOS). If you've heard of or used the likes of Lutris before, it gives you the same idea but focuses directly on Wine. By buying CrossOver you're supporting Wine development directly, plus you're also getting access to their support lines if you need professional help.
What's new in CrossOver 21.0 then? The biggest part is of course the Wine compatibility layer, which has been bumped up to Wine 6.0. Compared to the previous version having Wine 5.0 it brings multiple thousands of enhancements to the compatibility of games and applications. There's also DXVK version 1.7 to further improve compatibility and performance for Direct3D 9 / 10 / 11 to Vulkan and CrossOver also now ships with Wine Mono which should make the experience even smoother.
See more on the official website.