I've recently seen plenty of Linux gamers get excited about DXVK and it is an interesting technology. However, you should remember that buying Windows games to play with it doesn't really help Linux gaming. "No Tux No Bux" is still the most reliable way to support the platform and make sure it develops on all levels.
Other option: pirate Windows games and play them through Wine until a native port comes out. I usually do this if I really want to play a specific game.
@trawzified You are still sacrificing time on Windows games when you could pick up and play a Linux game and thus improve statistics for that game. You might even stumble upon a bug and get that fixed while doing so. Not to mention pirating Windows games reinforces the old stereotype of Linux users who won't pay for their software.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!