Lutris [Official Site], the 'open gaming platform' that acts as a front-end to help you manage various games on Linux has a fresh release out.
With Lutris 0.4.21 released yesterday it features an array of improvements, feature adjustments and bug fixes to make it a more pleasent experience overall.
For those using Lutris to help with Wine and DXVK, they fixed an issue where DXVK versions didn't get updated if DXVK directory wasn't present and they also added an error message if requested DXVK version does not exist to prevent some confusion.
To help with Wine use overall, they've also added a warning for wine games if Wine is not installed on the system, there's a new Esync toggle for wine builds with Esync patches as it may cause issues for some users, Wine's own Virtual Desktop configuration is now respected, some improvements to wine download dialog and so on.
They also improved the behavior of Lutris' background process amongst other improvements to the UI, wording issues and more. Seems like a good release, nice to see it continue to improve!
As a reminder though, Lutris isn't just for managing Wine games, it also helps with launching your native games, emulators and more.