Yes there is Winetricks and PlayOnLinux, but Bottles is a bit closer to Lutris, and is focussed on gaming as well as general purpose Windows apps. It is not the scripted games installation that Lutris has, so you'd configure a bottle and then install the Windows game as if you are on Windows. You can enable Proton GE, Lutris as well as DXVK (multimedia and 3D support by translating Windows Direct3D 9/10/11 calls to Linux) for gaming, and it has its own drivers (termed a runner) too called Chardonnay.
You can import wineprefixes from other third party managers such as Lutris and PlayOnLinux.
So this will be of interest to those not wanting to use Steam Games, and who intend to buy and install the game themselves.
See Easily run Windows software on Linux with 🍷 Bottles! ⋅ Bottles
Run Windows programs on Linux.