As expected, another bug-fix release is out as progress towards the final release of Wine 4.0 approaches.
Since they're in a code-freeze, there's no major new features to be found. Instead, you can expect to find around 18 bug fixes in total. Some of which may have been fixed in older releases.
Noteworthy for Linux gamers using Wine for their favourite Windows-only titles there's a fix for a lighting problem in Crysis, mouse movement in Final Fantasy XI Online should be better now, a crash bug was fixed for Binary Domain, a crash with F1 2011 was also fixed and there's a few more too.
The final release of Wine 4.0 really can't be far off now, it's going to be a good one full of new and interesting features (noted here) for those who stick to the stable releases.
Amazing as always to see the progress! I remember when first starting out with Linux many years ago, it's all kinds of ridiculous what they've been able to achieve. To the point of Wine now being part of Steam Play, helping to power some extra Linux gaming. If you had told me even three years ago this would all be possible, I would have told you to calm down on your Wine intake.
See the full release announcement here.