It really depends on the game. You can search the forums and ask about specific games you don't see answers for.
One thing that might help some games is to make sure that DXVK is enabled. To do that, right-click on the name of your Steam bottle, go to Settings, and then select "DXKV Backend for D3D11." Once it's checked, make sure you restart Steam for changes to take effect.
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