Joshua Ashton has pushed out a large update to D9VK, the DXVK-based layer that translates Direct3D9 to Vulkan for use with Wine.
D9VK is now based on the recently released DXVK 1.4.4, there's multiple changes to improve performance in games, new DirectX 9 feature support, experimental shader predication and so on. Lots of new bits that should enable even more older Windows titles to run with Wine (and eventually Steam Play when it updates D9VK) to allow you to enjoy even more on Linux.
Masses of bug fixes also made it into this release. You should get a better experience with Halo 2, Halo CE, Battlefield 2, Psychonauts, The Sims 2, Manhunt, Anno 1404 and likely plenty more but those were specifically named.
Release notes can be found on GitHub.
If you're wanting to try out D9VK, DXVK and whatever else with Wine then using Lutris can make it slightly easier.