Both Proton and DXVK have gotten a few updates today, just in time for the Summer Sale.
Canonical has decided to fully drop 32-bit support. This means no official i386 packages in the package manager. Naturally Valve and Wine are not pleased with this decision.
D9VK, a D3D9 to Vulkan translation layer, reaches version 0.12.
The next release version of Wine is here with a nice set of changes.
Proton continues to get updated with the latest version bringing in controller fixes and new an updated DXVK.
Valve has released the latest version of Proton. It brings together many recent changes from Wine, DXVK, and FAudio.
The development branch of Wine received a regular update today and brings many bug fixes.
A new Direct3D 9 to Vulkan translation layer for Wine, based off DXVK called D9VK, hits version 0.10 and gets a first official release.
After a rocky DXVK 1.1 release, 1.1.1 has been put out to address bugs and add some new improvements.